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1995 Volume 97 



Contents 



Student Life pg. 2 
Classes pg. 40 
School of Theology pg. 86 
Brief History pg. 94 
Faculty pg. 102 
Organizations pg. 134 
Greeks pg. 158 
Athletics pg. 196 
Closing pg. 232 



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Ads pg. 254 
Calendar pg.270 



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2 /Student Life 




Student Life/3 




Sewanee 

A towered city set within a wood, 
Far from the world, upon the mountain crest, 
There storms of life burst not, 
Nor cares intrude 

There learning dwells, and peace is wisdom's 
guest. 

- Cap and Gown, 1895 




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Jason Vinton 






BenjaminSeals 
feh. . with friends 



Laurel Murchison, Cameron Graham; 
Paul Randall, and Wallace Adams 





Student Life/9 




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It is the aim... of the 
University of the South 
to develop a harmonious 
and symmetrical charac- 
ter to fit and prepare 
men for every avocation 
in tie life that now is ... 
and to teach all those 
things which a Christian 
ought to know and be- 
lieve in his soul's health. 

- Bishop Quintard 1873 




Student Life/ 11 




Lindsley 
Wellborn 



Sally Brown 



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Student Life/13 




Present day Sewanee, 
population 1500, is, de- 
pending on your point of 
view, either a sleepy little 
Southern town with a 
British accent or an En- 
glish village with a drawl 

- Alan Cheuse, The New 
York Times, May 6, 1984 



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Student Life/ 15 



Pierce and 
Tilghman Myers 



Craige Hoover, 
Reggie Ramsey, 
Drew Sturtevant, 
Harrison Grubbs, 
andT.R. Ravenel 




Erwin Byrd 



16/Student Life 




Sarah 
Wheeless 



Student Life/17 




18/Student Life 





is so beautiful that 
ople who have once 
en there always, 
e way or another, 
me back. For such 
can detect apple 
een in an evening 
y, it is Arcadia. 
William Alexander 
rcy 



Student Life/ 19 



L*iz Haldeman, Dana Wan Camp, and Anne 6sborne 




20 /Student Life 




Student Life/ 21 




22/Student Life 




Student Life/23 



Brad 
Mall 



Cameron Graham, 
Christine Keating, 
Julia Norwood, 
Catherine Traywick, 
and David Frazelle 




24 /Student Life 




has been much talk, too 
alk. . . Many a would be 
has been turned aside by 
remarks as: "You ought to 
it a few years ago", or 
is not what it was since 
le have been allowed to 
No one works now; the 
do nothing but drive, 
and flirt." - The Book-Worm, 
, September 1889 



Student Life/ 25 



There is romance 
here still; a cer- 
tain kind can be 
flushed in 
couples almost 
anywhere in the 
green woods, and 
the love which 
everyone bears to 
the place is 
surely as roman- 
tic as ever it was. 

- Sarah Barnwell 

Elliott 
Cap and Gown, 
1900 




26 /Student Life 




Student Life/27 



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28 /Student Life 



"It is always said that George Washington's great- 
ness lay in the fact that he was always equal to 
the occasion; the Sewanee student is great be- 
cause he is always superior to the occasion." 
-Bishop Gailor 




Student Life/29 




Sewanee has had the courage, certainly more than the 
other divisions of the state and more than any other 
college I know of, to insist upon retaining its own 
traditions, its own individuality, its own peculiarities. 
It has tried, as any institution which is to endure 
must, to make the world relevant to its own principles 
and ideals rather than to accept the values of the 
world. 

-Peter Taylor, 

Founder's Day speech, 1972 



30/Student Life 





Hall, 





It is a pleasant and refreshing sight to see 
a Gownsman in the spring of the year, 
with a pair of new lavender pants, 
spotless vest, and cut-away coat... 
- Cap and Gown 1881 



Student Life/ 31 





Mill& Fjioj irnev 
and Maggie Kizer 



32/Student Life 




Wes Myers 
, and 
Rick Sayed 



Student Life/ 33 




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34 /Student Life 



But, so long as he is a gowns- 
man, lie is treated as being intel- 
lectua ly adult. For instance, he 
is not required to attend lectures. 
It is for him to decide, at his 
peril, whether he will attend 
them or not, pending the day of 
judge: nent when he will be 
examined. 

- fiom Purple Sewanee, p. 163 







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John Cooper 



Student Life/ 35 




36/Student Life 



pass through this world but 

efore, there be any kindness I 
pw, or any good thing I can 

e do it now; 
| not defer it or neglect it, for 
not pass this way again. 




"oleman 
lose 
nd 
riends 



Student Life/ 37 



Abernathy. James Harry III 

Chemistry 

Acken. James Tindal 

Fine Arts 

Aiken. Ashley Hamilton 

Economics 

Algar, Robert Chance 

English 



Allen. Corinne Chadwick 

Fine Arts 

Alves. Montgomery Wall 

Natural Resources 

Anderson, Susan Quaid 

Political Science 

Ariail. Elizabeth Pfeiffer 

English 



Balogh. Jason Allen 

Physics 

Barrett. Rush Skobba 

English 

Behrens. Leigh Donovan 

Religion 

Benjamin, Celena 

Psychology 



Benson. Andrew Cook 

Natural Resources 

Bethea, Theodore Cobb II 

Psychology 

Birch. Courtney Ann 

Fine Arts 

Blanks, Valerie Lynn 

American Studies 



Boehm. Helen Rodgers 

English 

Boring, Geoffrey Scott 

Natural Resources 

Boucher, Matthew John 

English 

Boyd, John Pringle 

Natural Resources/History 




40 / Seniors 




Branting. Scott Brian! 

Chemistry 

Brown. Alex Jonathan 

English 

Brownlee, Barbara Allyson 

Natural Resources 

Bryan, Cotton Paul 

American Studies 



Bryson, Ama Janay 

Biology 

Buchanan. Elizabeth Brooke 

English 

Buchanan. Margaret Ann 

Music/Religion 

Byars, William Oliver 

Philosophy 



Cairns. Robert 

Christopher 

Third World Studies 

Caldwell. Kela Shannon 

Political Science 

Campbell. Jane Gardner 

Anthropology 

Carruthers. Catherine 

Douglas 

Biology 



Cashman. Katherine Jane 
English 



Cenac. Christopher Everette 

Jr. 

Biology 



Seniors/ 41 



Chagan. Heidi Falter 

English 

Christman. Abigail Davis 



Christy. Katherine Dianne 

Music/Religion 

Clements. Samuel Carter 

English 



Coates, John Keith Jr. 

Political Science 

Cole, Lee Alexander 

Political Science 

Collins, Anna Lynne 

English 

Collins, James David 

English 



Conover, Nathan Weber 

Psychology 

Cook, Amanda Jane 

Natural Resources 

Cook, Heather Searing 

Fine Arts 

Corbett, Jon Andrew 

Political Science 



Covington, Hillary 

English 

Cross, Sarah Susannah 

Biology 

Depew, Kathleena Lucille 

Theater 

DePree, Katherine Aldrich 

English 




42 / Seniors 




Dubriel, Sebastien 

Eades, Daniel Joseph 
Theater 



Eaker, Seth Alan 
Philosophy/Chemistry 
Edgens, Branan Reece 
Fine Arts 



Elliott, Scarlett 
Spanish 

Ellis, John Andrew 
Political Science/Latin 
Ellis, Scott Durham 
English 

Elwell, Christopher Matthew 
Natural Resources/ 
American Studies 



Erwin, Margaret Hartigan 

History 

Etheridge, Nikki Eileen 

Psychology 

Evans, Adrienne Fletcher 

English 

Everetts, Anngina Dale 
History 



Felkner, Anne Sheridan 

Spanish 

Fisher, Benjamin Tad 

English 

Fletcher, Andrew North 

Natural Resources 

Frankel, Tara Nicole 

Economics 



Seniors / 43 



Freeman. Lorena Deanese 

Latin/Greek 

Freeman. Meredith Branan 

Fine Arts 

Giel. Margaret Ann 

Social Science Foreign 

Language 

Given. Juliet Perry 

Enalish 



Gladders. Glenn Warren II 

Natural Resources 

Graham. Margaret Cameron 

History 

Gross. Norwin Cathleen 

Natural Resources 

Haldeman. Elizabeth Wynn 

Enalish 



Haley. Karen Wood 

English 

Hall. David Nelson 

English 

Hammontree. Jennifer 

Denise 

English/Theater 

Harrell. EricClayton 

Psychology 



Hart. Maxwell Stanley 

Political Science 

Haselden. William Mace 

Fine Arts 



Hawkins. Amy Rebecca 

Economics 

Hays, Heidi Kay 

Anthropology/ Fine Arts 




44 / Seniors 




Herath, Parakrama 

Physics 

Herbster, Aaron Francis K. 

Russian/Religion 



Hesselink, Elizabeth Anne 

English 

Hill, Gabrielle 

Psychology 



Hill, Yvonne 

Biology 

Holyer, Christiana Elizabeth 

Music/German 

Howard, David Asbury III 

History 

Howell, Laurie Wells 

English 



Howell, Robert Boyte 

Crawford 

Natural Resources 

Hubbell, Webster Walter 

Third World Studies 

Hunter, John Bradley 

History 

Hunter, Matthew Fairchild 

History 



Israel, Charles Alan 

History 

Jacks, Karen Elizabeth 

Biology 

Jackson, Megan Pearsall 

Theater 

Jackson, Robert Wright IV 

Biology 



Seniors / 45 



Jackson. Stephen Robert 

English 

Jarrett. William Hope III 

Fine Arts 

Jecko. Sean Christopher 

Psychology 

Jiang. Weina 

Math/Economics 



Johnson. Jenny Louise 

American Studies/ 

Political Science 

Johnson, Peter Tallman Jr. 

Political Science 

Johnston, Keith Arnold 

Natural Resources 

Jones. Arthur Burns 

English 



Jones, Carlotta Lynette 

English 

Jones, Kathleen Gwin 

English 

Jones. Tracy Duncan III 

History 

Kabalka. Stephen George 

English 



Kennedy, Melissa Anne 

Fine Arts 

Kirkland, Kyla Leigh 

English/History 



Kizer. Dudley Bond 

Fine Arts/Economics 

Knox, Thomas Carlyle 

Natural Resources 




46 / Seniors 




Koren, Matthew William Ely 

History 

Kram, Steffen 

Lamb, Allison Paige 
American Studies 
Lewis, Frederick Stearns 
German Studies 



Light, Rasheid Deauveau 

English 

Lominack, Robert Edward 

Latin 

Lowrey, Susanna Caroline 

Religion/Spanish 

Lumpkin. Frances Ravenel 

History 



Luna. Jason Daniel 

Psychology 

Luo, Qingshan 
Math/Computer Science 

Mahon, Katherine Murphy 

Fine Arts 

Maib, Misty Lee 

Philosophy 



Mall, Bradley Collins 
Political Science 
Manning, Heather Lynn 
Political Science 



Maris, Patricia Nicole 
Fine Arts 

Marsland, Eric John 
Biology 



Seniors / 47 



Marx. Hilary Taylor 

History 

Mashburn. Kathryn Elizabeth 

Religion 

Mason. David Clarence 

History 

Matyumza. Nomzamo 

German 



Maybank. Amey Parsons 

English 

McClatchey. Sally Bruce 

Fine Arts 



McConnell. Ryan Patrick 

Political Science 

McCorquodale, Joseph 

Charles 

Philosophy 



McDaniel, Mercedes Holland 

Chemistry /Theater 

McGee, Jennifer Lynn 

English 

McGinn. Anne Catherine 

Philosophy/History 

McGlothin. Allison Anne 

Economics/History 



McKee. Thomas Preston II 

Economics 

McMillan, Kirstin Elizabeth 

Philosophy 

McNeese, Catherine Carter 

Fine Arts/Spanish 

Mestecky, Jana Marie 

Theater/French 




48 /Seniors 



Grayson Splane 




Meyer, Martha Anne 

English 

Miers, Sarah Elise 

Political Science/Philosophy 



Minnifield, Keith Delon 

Economics 

Morrow, Brian Edward 

Political Science 



Mount, Anson Adams IV 

Theater 

Muller, Chandler Robinson Jr. 

English/French 



Mungello, Michael Campbell 

German 

Murchison, Laurel Winona 

History 

Myers, Wesley Trevor D. 

Political Science 

Neibich, Joseph Lee 

Political Science 



Newiger, Jon Frederick 
Natural Resources/Latin 
Nguyen, My-Khanh Thi 
Economics/Political Science 
Noland, Scott Foster 
English 

Ochel. Eric Franz Joseph 
Psychology/Economics 



Seniors / 49 



Odle. Randall Jarrett 

History 

Padilla. David Jonathon 

English 



Palmer. Grant Jackson 

Chemistry 

Parker. Jefferson Douglas 

Philosophy 



Paschall. Holmes Cabaniss 

Music 

Patterson. James Alexander 

Natural Resources 

Patton, Elizabeth Anastasia 

History 

Petesch. Cynthia Kristine 

Spanish 



Pfeil, Jennifer Jane 

Psychology/Religion 

Pond, James Gregory 

Fine Arts 

Poole, Joshua Alan 

Economics/Political Science 

Reese, Kawanna Vanita 

Social Science/ Foreign 

Language 



Richards, Channing 

Leathers II 

Chemistry 

Richards, Luman Daniel III 

History 

Ridner, Jeffrey Dale 

History 

Roark, David Dewight 

English 




50 /Seniors 




Roberson, Arletra Chantelle 

Economics 

Rogers, William Burns 

Anthropology/Chemistry 

Rossi, Mary Kathryn 

Anthropology 

Rushing, Brian Reid 

Natural Resources 



Sames, Franklin Pierce Jr. 

Natural Resources 

Sandanayake, Asithsa 

Physics/Economics 

Sanford, Robert Jeffrey 

Economics 

Schmidt, Craig Callaway 

English 



Scornavacca, Arthur John Jr. 

Poitical Science 

Scott, Henry Eldon 

English 

Scott, Nena McNeel 

French 

Shealy, Emily Fishbume 

Psychology 



Sherwood, Elizabeth Paullin 
Political Science 
Sitz, Angela Blake 
Psychology 



Smith, Jason Cowles 
English/Psychology 
Smythe, Mary Marshall 
English 



Roger Stott and Cnris Cambell 



Seniors /51 



Soloman, Traci Minette 

Social Science Foreign 

Language/Social Science 

Foreign Language 

Sonfield. Justin Eugene 

Economics 

Songy. Nicole Marie 

Philosophy 

Speights. Melissa Anne 

American Studies 



Spencer, Nancy Beth 

English 

Splane, Hebe Grayson 

English 

Sprouse. Emily Vaughan 

Biology 

Srivastava, Manish 

Physics/Math Computer 

Science 



Stewart. Walter Seth 

Economics 

Stidham, Leslie West 

Psychology 

Stott, Roger Friedrich 

Economics 

Stovall. Johnny Channing 

Enalish/Relision 



Striding, John Raymond 

Natural Resources 

Stuart. Sarah Rothermel 

Chemistry 

Sturtevant, Jack Simpson III 

Economics 

Tartt, Mary Adams 

History 



Taylor, Robin Kathleen 

Social Science/ Foreign 

Language 

Teague, Mary Elizabeth 

Fine Arts 

Temple, Charles Gray 

English/Theater 

Terrell, Michael Van 

Natural Resources 




52/ Seniors 




Thompson, Amy Michelle 

Biology 

Tonn. Jordana Caroline 

German 

Traywick, Catherine Barton 

English 

Tucker. Avery 

Philosophy/Fine Arts 



Ulbrich. Karl Georg 
Natural Resources 
Upchurch, Margaret Douglas 
Fine Arts 

Vance, Amanda Carter 
Political Science 
Vann, Serena Casey 
English 



Vaughey. Tyler Cox 

English 

Vial. Christina Randall 

Music 



Walker. Leslie Frances 
Fine Arts/English 
Ward. Tija Letice 
Biology 



Warren. Jeannette Dea 

English 

West, Kevin Ashley 

English 



Seniors / 53 



West. Nathaniel Flint 
German 
White. Quisha Antoinette 
Third World Studies 
Williams. Scott Andrew- 
Political Science 
Willis. Lee Lawrence III 
History 



Wolfram. Jennifer Lea 

Philosophy 

Wood. Jennifer Ann 

History 

Woods. Artricia Irene 

Psychology 

Zivkovich. Michael Trent 

Natural Resources/ 

Anthropology 




Not Pictured 




Akiyama, Ikuko 




Barbour, Amy Michelle 


Hay. Thomas Oliver 


Barden, Stephen Jonathon 


Hershey, Clay Wallace 


Bell, Allison Carroll 


Irvin, Jane Somerville 


Bennett, Hannah Barron 


Kelley. Joseph Guy HI 


Bickerstaff. William Taylor 


Kemper, Michael Blackburn 


Bogran, Emma Ceccilia 


King, George Savage 


Brooks, Daniel Allen 


Kopecky, Charles Robert 


Brown. Claiborne Wood 


Lugar, Matthew Kelly 


Brown, Elizabeth Leigh 


MacPherson, John Ritchie HI 


Bull, Elizabeth Bryant 


Major, Barbara Lucia 


Combs, Douglas Ralston 


Marshall, Charles Donald III 


Comer, Patrick Brittan 


Maxwell, Michael Laura 


Cooper, Guy Laurence HI 


Mays, Mary Elizabeth 


Dillon, Peter Michael 


Moss, Gene Thomas 


Dunwody, Meredith Evans 


Powell, Amanda Leigh 


Eastridge, Eleanor Suzanne 


Rash, Jason David 


Eklund, Bryan Alan 


Ryan, Alexander Milo 


Elder, Patty Jo 


Shannon, Lauren Penn 


Foss, Elizabeth Harris 


Smith, Geoffrey Mark 


Galbraith, Saskia Aimee 


Smith, Sara Elizabeth 


Gooch, Perry Butler 


Spain, Sidney Holland 


Grimes, Kenneth Irwin 


Trotter, Brett Taylor 


Hamilton, Jennifer Lynne 


Van Camp, Dana Michelle 


Hardy, Thomas Rodrick 


Waddell, David Sewall 


Hastie, Winslow Warren 


Whittle, Allen Barker 


Hawthorne, Katherine Eloise 


Williams, Ray Robinson III 



54 / Seniors 



Juniors 




Abel, Mark Jason 
Akerman, Lisa Ann 
Anderson, Elizabeth Ann 
Anderson, Laura Louise 
Austin, William Gaillard 
Basamakov, Kostadin 



Baskett, Susan Elizabeth 
Bass, Polly 

Bautista, Gregory Jackson 
Bowie, William Trousdale 
Boyd, Samuel Lee Jr. 
Brooks, Jonathan Mark 



Brown, Ashley Dawn 
Brown, Laura Lee 
Budros, Anne Severance 
Burney, Samnita Saeed 
Campbell, Christopher Mark 
Cargill, Christian Douglas 



Christy, Caroline Wimberly 
Clark, Mary Bradford 
Cohoon, Jena Patrice 
Coniglio, Tina Lee 
Connelly, Hunter Harold 
Corlew, Yolanda Nicole 



Cook. Tom 

Costilow, Walter Brian 



Covington, Skyler 
Holingsworth 
Crookston, Laura Jean 



Juniors / 55 



Cudahac. Christopher George 

Daily. Jody Marie 

Daniel. Thomas Arden IV 



Davenport. Silas Strickland 

Davis. James Byron 

Davis, Molly Harwell 



Davis. Myranda Devahn 

Dees, Tom Moore III 

Drummond. Marv Claire 



Edwards. Peter Smith 

Erlewine. Kristina Lynn 

Estes. Kathleen Gale 

Faw, Richard Gordon III 

Fisher. Eliza Donnelly 

Fitch. Elizabeth Hampton 



Foss. Elizabeth Harris 

Fostel. Christopher Michael 

Fox, David Edward Jr. 

Frazier. Julia Yvonne 

Gaillard. Emmie Foster 

Galliaan. Elizabeth Ellen 



Gallivan. Walter Clark 

Gay. Kimberly Creed 

Geiger. Meredith Marie 

Gibson, Herbert Terry 

Gleaton, Camille Louise 

Green. John Hays 



Greene, Katherine Meyer 

Griffith. Robert Currie 

Guin. Robert Heath 

Hackney. Glenn Burke III 

Harper, Francis Jackson 

Harris, Elizabeth Hackman 




56 /Juniors 




Harrison. Lebby Brandon 
Hartley. Caroline Aprans 
Hartley. Theresa Eileen 
Heard, Patrick Kyle 
Hemslreet, Amy Elizabeth 
Henning. Sarah Elizabeth 



Herrmann. Catherine Jayne 
Hiers. John Kevin 
Holland, Virginia Moody 
Home. Kristophcr Cornell 
Howell. Jessicah Skye 
lalacci. Kristen Ann 



Ingram. Kathryn Rice 
Ismail, Uzair 
Israel, Andrew 
Jarrett. Michael Thorne 
Johnson, Natasha Nicole 
Johnson, Phillip Christopher 



Jones. Philip Brian 
Joyner, Bryan Gregory 
Kalish, Page McAulay 
Karst. James Philip 
Keating. Christine Mischler 
Keefer, Christopher Jay 



Keith, Lauren Carter 
Kell, Samantha Dunbar 
Kellogg, Katherine Lind 



Kempf. Bartholomew Joseph 
Kern. David Graham 
Kuhlke. Vera Elsie 



Kumar, Shamala 
Kuthe. Valerie Sue 
Land. Angela Dawn 



Juniors/57 



Laney. Matthew Davis 

Langdale. Heather Christina 

Lardin. Harvey Allan 



Lay. Elizabeth Ann 

Leveridge. Jennifer Gayle 

Lindvberg. Julia Case 



Lineberger. Drew Michael 

Little. Berkeley Haynsworth 

Martin. Shawn Charles 



Mason. Ryan Matthew 

McDonald. John Leslie 

McElwee, Vaiden Webb 



McLeod. Alma Kelley 

Medntt. William 

Mitchell. Jeffrey Charles 

Mohiuddin, Umar 

Montgmery. Megan Lynne 

Montiel. Holley Rae 



Morris, Christopher Glenn 

Murdock. Katherine Anne 

Mussleman, Sarah Kathryn 

Neal, Elizabeth Ashley 

Neal. Ruth Catherine 

O'Quinn, Sean Frank 



Owen, Ashley Ellen 

Paine, Robert Harvey 

Parks, Michelle Elana 

Perkins, Andrew Charles 

Peters, Jeffrey Wayne 

Pfluger, Jaret Dean 




58/Juniors 




Phillips. Christopher Michael 
Phillips. Lori Ann 
Plowman, 

Bridgettc Bernadeltc 
Powell, Caroline Watkins 
Powell. Thomas Lorin 
Pruilt, Neil Little Jr. 



Puckett, Leslie Lea 
Rafferty. Catherine Alyce 
Ragan, Caldwell Sikes 
Rainey, Christopher Scott 
Randall, Paul Fredrick 
Readus, Terrance LaWarren 



Rennecker, Marion Lancaster 
Rhoden, Robert Conklin III 
Rice, Lillian Elizabeth 
Rico, Anthony Heathcliff 
Riley, Melissa Nell 
Ruff, Rebecca Stowe 



Schale, Steven Patrick 
Sclafani, Kyle Salvador 
Seese, Eric Job 



Shepherd, Stephanie Lee 
Sisco, Jonathan Brent 
Slingluff, Kathenne McRae 



Sonfield. John William 
Sparrow, Kevin Holland 
Spriggs, James William III 



Stephenson, Toney Ritchey 
Stoltz, James Elliott Jr. 
Sullivan. John Jeremiah 



Juniors/59 



Sumerell. Amy Shannon 

Swepston. Amy Lynn 

Tanaka. Yukiko 

Tenpenny. Lyle Alan 

Thacker. Jenny Lynn 

Thompson. Christopher 

Haaer 



Thompson. Joy Camille 

Thompson. David Gene 

Tompkins. Stacey Lin 

Toole. Katherine McAlpine 

Trubey. Caren Lyn 

Trullmaer. Irene Virginia 



Tudor. Stephen David 

Tuton. Sarah Frances 

Underwood. Joseph Michael 

Underwood, Kent Landon 

Unsworth. Celeste Diane 

Vauahan. Ellen Brooke 



Vickers. Bedford Caroline 

Vinton. Jason Scott 

Walker. Erik Lewis 

Ward. Nancy Hayden 

Warren. Andria Grace 

Warren. John Alexander 



Warren. Joseph Kellam 
Weinheimer. Derk Tyson 



White, Mark Cameron 
White. William Richardson 



Williams, Mikii Vidal 
Williams, Frank FaShann 




60 /Juniors 


































Williamson. Carroll Steele 






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Wilson. Kathryn Erin 




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Wilson. Stephanie Lynn 
Young. David Alan 




Not pictured 






Apthorp, Louise East 


Latchford. Linda Carole 






Anderson, Nancy Elizabeth Lea th. Zoe Ravenel 






Archer, Elizabeth 


Lesslie, Gretel Lauren 






Araey. Aidan Jeremy George Little, Belle Hearon 






Basham, Amanda Lynn 


Lott, Robert Gibson 






Baskin, Ryan Harris 


Maguire, John Allen Montgomery 






Belford, William Lee Jr. 


Mahoney, Christopher Bryan P. 






Bottorff, Dennis Chadwick Michaels, David Christian 






Bruner, Nicholas Paul 


Morrison, Mills Lane Jr. 






Cantey, James Willis III 


Nix, Andrew Bryan 






Chisenhall, Caryn Leigh 


O'Bryan, Diane Marlene 






Christie, Catherine McKenzie Parker, Telfair Hodgson Jr. 






Clark, Barbara Lynn 


Phelps, David Barnwell 






Clayton, Floranne 


Reeves, Nathaniel Hayward 






Cooke, Michael John 


Robertson, Lonette Nicole 






Crawford, Benjamin Todd Roland, Malcolm Mounger S. 






Crook, Jennifer Irene 


Roper, John Tyler 






Crookston, Laura Jean 


Rosdeutscher, Julia Anne 






Curd, Jennifer Lynne 


Salmon, Stephen Wayne 






Currie, Frances Royster 


Seiters, Nancy Dwight 






Driggins, Steffani Nicole 


Sewell, Malcolm Lewis 






Durham, Robert Pierce 


Shuman, Katherine LeShanna 






Elam, Roy Oscar IV 


Smith, James Donald III 






Fisher, Clinton Bartlett 


Smith, Regina Margaret 






Freeman, Cara Blythe 


Spoelman, Seth William 






Garzon, Georganne Vreeland Stephens, Trent McDonald 






Goodall, Eliza Hunger Sinkler Suddeth, James Hannon III 






Grand, Allison Page 


Sutton, Jennifer Ann 






Hamilton, Daniel Lee 


Thomas, Penny Jenella 






Harris, Mary Carolyn 


Thompson, Sarah Alston 






Hatcher, Andrew Curtis 


Uzzelle, George Hampton IV 






Healan, Ryan MArshall 


Walker, Jonathan Eli 






Henley, James Jameson 


Wallace, John Beveridge 






Heyward, Albert Rhett IV Walshi Ann Elisabe th " 






Holmes, Chandler Harrison Wardlaw, Craig Millard Jr. 






Hopkins, Emily Gayle 


Weathers, Harry Dallon III 






Ingram, Grey Pearson 


Wheelock, Philippe Martin 






Inman, John Mark 


White, Margaret OFarrell 






Isbell, John Franklin 


Willett, Christopher Bernard 






Jones, Anne Elizabeth 


Witherington, James Barney TV 






Kilgo, Ann Guillory 






















Juniors/61 



Aiken. Robin Sanders 

Akins. Carol Jeanette 

Andrews. Gary Blaylock Jr. 

Anschutz. Maryetta 

Madeline 

Armstrong. Jennifer Nicole 

Atmore. Hope Frances 



Bagby. John Blythe 
Bagwell, Molly Elizabeth 



Beasley, Cristy Coors 
Beasley, Nicholas Madden 



Bennett. Ariel Elizabeth 
Bertrand. Bridget Hope 



Bibb. Julian Lee IV 

Black, Catherine Carol 

Blakney. Jane Anne 

Blessing, Lydia Edings 

Bogner, Alexis Marin 

Boles, Laura Alice 



Boswell, Anne Lacy 
Bowen, Patrick Lynch 

Bowers, George Franklin 
Bowlin, Elizabeth Ann 

Bowman, Jennifer Helen 
Bowyer. Jason Richard 



Sophomores 




62 /Sophomores 







Brigham, Ashley, Lynn 
Brooks, Darby 
Brooks, Rachel Hill 
Brown, Bailey Warren 111 
Brown. James Greer 
Brown. Sarah Elizabeth 



Bruce, Steven Daniel 
Bulcao. Scott Woodham 
Buntin, Eugene Frazer 
Burckle. John William 
Byrd, Elizabeth Ravenel 
Caputo. Louis Fred 



Carlisle, Benjamin Welden 
Carpenter, Scott Michael 
Cavert, Grace Katherine T. 
Cline, John William 
Colbath. Gregory Paul 
Collins, Elizabeth Chandler 



Cooke, Matthew Frederick 
Crosby, Emily Catherine 
Crowder, Amy Sue 
Cutler. Christian Hewett 
Czerniawski, Elissa Dawn 
Dargan. Timothy Cooper 



Davis. Jeremy Craig 
Davis, Jo Anna 



Davis, Katherine Chase 
Davis, Ross Parker 



Davis, Lamar Whitworth III 
Delplaine, Lindsey Marian 



Sophomores/ 63 



Deleot. Thomas Land 
Dickson. Stephanie Neil 

Dillard. Bond Pun ear 

Douglas. Richard Francis 

Downie. Katherine Cole 

Duncan. Hollis Williams 



Elrod. John Douglas 

Estes. Becky Lynne 

Ewing. Rosella Lucille 

Eyriek. Courtland Carter 

Fauls. Kimberly Ann 

Fields. Katherine Rhodes 



Flack. James Hunter III 

Fluomoy. Frances Miller 

Flowers. Edward Macon 

Ford. Rebecca Jane 

Frazelle. David Jennings 

Freeman. James 

Quarterman 



Fulkerson. Michael Ryan 

Fulton. Lucinda Ann 

Fuqua. Jennifer Calhoun 

Gannaway. Marion Castle 

Gebhard. Luke Gladders 

Graves. Julia Terrell 



Groves. Matthew Meyer 
Guillory, Gregory Phillips 



Hacker, Holly Lynn 
Haden. Charles Clayton 



Hadley. Holly Hildegard 
Hargrove. Allyson Hope 




64 /Sophomores 




Harrell, Joshua Edward 
Harrison, George Hendree Jr. 



Hartz, Alexander Matthew 
Henderson, Staci Susan F, 



Holland, Celia Ann A. 
Holton, Catherine Andee 



Howell, Steven Matthew 
Huffman, Alexandra Boggs 
Hughes, Amy Amatore 
Hunter Daniel MeMahen 
Imbert, Joshua John 
Irwin. Elizabeth McWhorter 



Ison, Jennifer Elizabeth 
Jackson, Robert Andrew 
Jones, James V. Ill 
Jordan, Meghan McDougall 
Kassis, Julie Anne 
Keleher. Virginia Holt 



Kelley, William Parrish 
Kinder, Elizabeth Merritt 
Kizer. Margaret Conner 
Kohl, Geoffrey Sanford 
Kozak, Stephen Ivan 
Kraft, Murray David 



Kulkarni, Neil Satish 
Kutz, Alexandra Simone 
Lane, Collin Harrison 
Lang, Ellen, Harley 
Lettre, Peter Benjamin 
Lindsay, William Patrick 



Sophomores/ 65 



Little. Alithia Jon 

Little. Daniel Sidbury Jr. 

Littleton. Kathryn Pope 



Logan. Wade Hampton IV 

Long. Sara Elizabeth 

Lvnn. Julia Miles 



Marks. Randolph Caldwell 

Jr. 

Marler. Brenda Evonne 

Martins. Sarah Dawn 



Marvin. Kimberly Kate 

McBride. William Howard 

McCall, William Travis 



McCallum. John Douglas 

McKimmon. Julian 

Breckenridge 

McMillan, Lindsey Marr 

McNamara. Miriam Joan 

McVey. Ian Douglas 

McWhorter. Emily Blythe 



Meiburg. Jonathan Albert 

Menzies. Wade Callender 

Miers. Rachel Margaret 

Molinaro, John Thomas 

Monkman. Leann Elizabeth 

Moody, Andrew Gist 



Moore, Ashley Suzanne 

Moore, Thaddeus Rountree 

Momeau, Geoffrey Robert 

Mosca, Phillip Robert 

Moss, John Ramsey Jr. 

Murray, Christopher Wade 




66 /Sophomores 




Murray, Melanie Denise 
Nelson. Elizabeth Christine 
Nelson. Knstina Odney M. 
Noffsinger, Nicole Aimec 
Norwood. Julia Myers 
Oldenburg. Carl Ramon 



Osborne, Anne McCartha 
Parsell, Margaret Lindsey 
Parsons, Harriet Grove 
Paulus, Peter Elliott 
Perry, Stephanie Loy 
Phifer, Joseph Lebron 



Phillips. David Scott Jr. 
Piromalli. Christopher Scott 
Pittman, Jason Lasseter 
Pollett, Betsy Hanna 
Poole, Brandi Lynn 
Porter. Jeanne Kennedy 



Powers, Harris Frederick III 
Poyner, David Thomas IV 
Prater, Dennis Gregory 
Pursley, Jessica Louise 
Reljac. David Michael 
Rentz. Jessica Elisabeth 



Rhodes, Martha Hart 
Richardson. Holly Elizabeth 
Riemer. Rachel Christine 



Rigazzi. Daniel Antony 
Riggs. Kenneth Wayne 
Robbins. Chadwell Mason 



Robinson. Richard Alexander 
Rogers. Magnus Lawrence 
Roquemore. Frederick 
Oscar III 




Sophomores/ 67 



Rowe. Anne Elizabeth 

Rusche. Rebecca Kay 

Salmon. Catherine Stattman 

Samman. Tania 

Sauer. Elizabeth Tremaine 

Saved. Tarik Hamdv 



Schrader. Lucas Daniel 

Scott, Leighton Bruce 

Seals. Benjamin Kwame 

Sereebutra. Paula 

Seward, Jason Allen 

Sheikh. Quasim Allen 



Shelton. Jama Renee 
Shelton. Kristen Suzanne 



Smith. Bonnie Kathryn 
Smith. Caroline Allingham 



Smith. Heather Megan 
Smith. Leigh Maggie 



Sneary. Alice Renee 
Snider, Timothy Stedman 



Sparks, Mary Natalie 

Spruill, Josephyne Roberts 

Stauder, Michael Henry Jr. 

Steme, Anna Ayres 

Stevenson, Benjamin James 

Strong, Richard Clinton 




68/ Sophomores 




Stuckey. Joe Harold III 
Sumerell. Amy Shannon 
Swann, Jeffrey Macklin 
Taylor, Christopher Scott 
Taylor. Janie Peete 
Teague. Carter McKenzie 



Thomas. John Beasley IV 
Uden. James Lesueur Jr. 



Van Winkle, Sarah Caroline 
Vanderboom. Lyria Jane 



Varner, Joshua Harris 
Vernon. Zachary David 



Vieille. Maxime Henri J. 
Vinson, Laurence Duncan III 



Warren. Juanita Christine 
Westfall, Brooke Ashhy 
Whitaker. Daniel Lee 
White. Abigail Astrid 
White. Cathy Lorraine 
Wieters. William Charlton 



Wilkens. Derry Kathleen 
Williams. John Christopher 
Williams. Lee Sundvahl 
Willse, Walker Barton 
Wilson, Kristen Ellen 
Wolfe. Amanda Kathrvn 



Sophomores /69 



Wood. Helen Ann 

Woodhall. David Hamilton 

Wright. Edward Barron III 

Yeiser. Elizabeth Carden 

Zhen2. Bo 








J" r 



Not Pictured 



Baggett, Ward Parker 
Bailey, Brendon David J. 
Barber. John Linder Jr. 
Barron, Porter Gable Jr. 
Barrow, Alston Bennett 
Beck, Andrew Carlie 
Bridges, Jeb Ramsey 
Brooks. Rachel Hill 
Byars, Samuel Clayton 
Carter, James Dale 
Chaplin, Virginia Livingston 
Chapman, Seth Erin 
Collins, Robert Grafton 
Conkle, Daniel Robert 
Cooper, John Means 
Cude. John Hampton 
Cunningham, Charles Albert III 
Danford, Gordon Ross 
Darby. Harwell McCoy III 
Davis, Charles Todd 
Davis, Jennifer Anne 
Deal, Alaric Wolff 
Dismukes, Scott Warner 
Dukes, Danny Moulder Jr. 
Elliot, Laura Bindon 
Estes, Corey Alan 
Ewer, Nathan Stewart 
Foster, Keller Cogswell 
Garrett, Hugh Edward 
Gilbert, Stephanie Simone 
Green, Keiling Scott 
Greenfield, Elizabeth Dillon 
Grimes. Klifford CleRonne 
Harris, Glenn 
Harrold, Nathan Alan 
Harry, Brandon Shane 
Hinds, Jamison Warren 
Hudson, Effie Elizabeth 
Hultin, Ivar Niklas 
Jacobs. Brad Johnathan 



Jefferson. Lee Morris 
Johnson, Mariana Chloe 
Kays, Asha Renee 
Klein, Benjamin John 
Lanca, Danielle Rene 
Lassiter, Kelli Suzanne 
Lewis, George III 
Logan, Beverly Haskins 
Malone, John Stillwell 
Marcum, Maria Jean 
McCraw, Roy Johnson III 
Mebane, Matthew Lindsay 
Miller, Kiley Allen 
Paullus, Wayne Clifford 
Pecquet, Amy Elizabeth 
Phillips, Murray Price 
Pickens, Neal Langley 
Porter, Jason David 
Reeves, James Clifford 
Reynolds, Mikell Paul 
Roosevelt, Benjamin Trefz 
Rose, Coleman Eppes 
Royal, David William 
Rudsenske. Clayton Wade 
Rugge, David Roger 
Sims, Riley Alison 
Smith. Legare Bell 
Strachan, Avery Barton 
Strang, Robert Tudor III 
Talman, Wesley Fleming III 
Tattersall, Christian Alan 
Tindall, Castlen Comer 
Vaughan, Leonidas Clyde IV 
Wells, Jason Bailey 
Wilhoite, Kathryn Lynn 
Williams, Mikii Vidal 
Williford, Elichia Marie 
Yadon, Carry Dawn 



70 /Sonhomores 



Freshmen 




Adair, Douglass Johnson 
Adams, Walter Justin 
Aiken, Katherine Stackley 
Aikin, Christopher Robert 
Alexander, Bret Steven 
Allenburger, Emily Susan 



Allnutt. Christie Alexandra 
Anderson, Sara Elizabeth 
Arnett, Elizabeth Anne 
Arthur, Meredith Lee 
Ashurst. James Brotherton 
Atwood, Charles Woodbridge 



Backfield, Samuel Graves 
Bailey, Virginia Lee 



Baker, Joseph Andrew 
Baker. William Allen IV 



Batton. Margaret Allison 
Batts. Daniel Thomas 



Bennett, Melissa Grace 
Bibb, Elizabeth Mundy 
Blackwell, Abigail Diane 
Blanton, Elizabeth Anne 
Bounds, Amanda Brewington 
Bourland, Thomas Campbell 



Freshmen/ 71 



Bracken. Richard Edwin 

Bracken. Thomas Linn 

Brauner. Ian Nabiu 

Briggs. Ronald David 

Brovles. Patrick Nelson 

Brumbv. Anna Pratt 



Burger. David Maurice 
Burkhardt. Ashley Lynne 
Bumham. Karrie Aleta 
Busbee. Darren Bl\ the 
Byrd. Corinna Erwin 
Calhoun. Allison Paise 



Calvert. Hannah Randolph 

Cameron. Katherine Rollins 

Carlson. Rachel Elizabeth 

Carrison. Susan Singleton 

Cathey. Matthew Edward 

Christie. William Morrison 

m 



Clemens. Katherine Eugenia 
Clouah. Thomas Haughton 



Cochez. Edna Beatriz 
Cole. Edward Lawrimore 



Coleman. Catherine 

Adelaide 

Collier. Elizabeth Jane 



Columbia, Meade Lauren 
Comer. Helen Marie 




72 /Freshmen 




Comer, James L. Walton 
Condra, Philip Bradford 



Conner. Susan Marie 
Cook, Elizabeth McLain 



Cook. Larry Don Jr. 

Coomaraswamy. 

Pradheeshan 



Cranfill, Jennifer Elmira 
Creecy, (Catherine Taylor 



Creighton. Bruce Travis 

Cross, Ian Rutherford 

Cunningham. Elizabeth 

Lloyd 

Davis, Matthew Henry 

DeHaven. Andrew Earl 

Deitz. Elizabeth Tyler 



Dimmitt, Mallory Lykes 
Donaldson, Mary Beth 
Douglas, Michael Joseph 
Drennan, George Cameron 
Dubray, Molly Beth 
Dykstra, Thomas Alan 



Edwards. Katharine Salter 
Ellington. Elizabeth Joy 
Emerson, David Berton 
Emery. Jason Andrew 
Emery. Turner Paul 
Enale. Jason Marcus 



Freshmen/ 73 



Epley. Michael Ryan 
Evans. Catherine Spearing 



Evans. Scott Griffith 
Fannon. Amy Elise 



Fargason. James Robinson 
Famham. David Gray 



Fellman. Kimberly Susanne 
Field. Brian Wheeler 



Fletchall, Jessica Noelle 

Fosgate, Scott Austin 

Foss, Harriet LeAnn 

Frazier. Jeffrey David 

Fulton, Stephen Parker 

Gallimore, Alfred Nash 



Gantt, Bessie Wolfe 

Garrison. Janece Marsha 

Garzon. George Harold Jr. 

Getten, Elisabeth Hobson 

Gilkerson. Sheriden Louise 

Ginther. Christiane Amy 



Gladders, Don Weir 

Glasscox. Jonathan Robert 

Glover, Nicole Michelle 

Glover, William Bryan 

Godwin. Mary Bertha 

Green, Leslie Dawn 




74 /Freshmen 




Greene. Kevin Edwin 
Greene, Paul David 



Gregory, Charlotte Taylor 
Grey. Kelly Michelle 



Grossman, Erin Mae 
Grubbs, Norman Osaygefo 



Hagler, Jeffrey Keith 
Hall, Keith Edward 



Hall, Una Maia Allschi 
Hammond. Christopher 
Nathan B. 

Haney, Blake Justin 
Hanni. Erin Lindsay 
Harmon, Gina Nicole 
Harrigan, Ryan Hart 



Harrison. Katherine Lee 

Hedgecock, Miriam Atkins 

Hegwood, Leah Taylor 

Hertel. Alexandra Erika 

Hildebrandt, Rachel 

Elizabeth 

Hines, Kathryne Wilna 



Holden, John Sedwick 
Holloway, Robert Evans II 
Holmes, Mary Stewart 
Holt, Warren Michael 
Hoover, Robert Craig 
Hunter, Susannah Townseni 



Freshmen/ 75 



Husbands. Collin Pearce 

Hutto. Thomas Mahlon 

Jackson. Bradley Keith 

Jenkins. Felysha L Auquera 

Jennings. Ben Tallmadge 

Jenninss. Laura Elizabeth 



Jennings. William Swaffor II 

Jensen. Rachael Elizabeth 

Johnson. Madeline Joy 

Johnson. Sherry Denise 

Johnson. Virginia Holland 

Johnston. Abigail 

Schuenemann 



Jones. Anne Katherine 

Jones. Robin Houston 

Kanipe. Jason Wade 

Kennedy. David Shorter Jr. 

Killebrew. Amelia Anderson 

Kins. Andrew Courtland 



Kirk, Jennifer Elizabeth 
Kohler. Gavin Mather 



Kuruc. Amanda Christian 
Lacher. Daniel James 



Lambert. Claire Marie 
Land. Joseph Riley 



Langlinais. Joseph Edward 
Larance, Jeremy Saint 




76/ Freshmen 




Larkins, Katherine Noel 
Leflar, Elliot Lewis 
Leingang, Jennifer Lynn 



Ligon, Samuel Clark Jr. 
Lindekins, Christina Leigh 
Lomax, Megan Elizabeth 



Long, Jennifer Blair 
Longtin, Heather Brooke 
Lugo, Esther Carolina 



Lyons, Cynthia Andrea 
MacKinlay. Alexandra Lee 
Mann, Abigail Dowden 



Markham, John Andrew 
Marsh, Michael Paul 
Marshbum, Patricia Dawn 
Matthews, Scott Warren 
Mauran. Rafe Desmond L. 
May, George Kirby 



Mayo, Elizabeth Selwyn 
Mazur, Tanya 
Mc Gregor, James Bacon Jr. 
Mcintosh, William Judson 
McLaughlin, Tiffany Leigh 
McMillen. Rachel Leeanne 



Mealy, Clair Helaine 
Meek. Joseph Carlisle 
Merrick. Charles Percival rv 
Merritt, Olivia Jane 
Miller. Carrie Melissa 
Mitchell, Stephanie Jo 



Freshmen/ 77 



Mooore. Jarrett Daughtry 

Moore. Ryland Bennett 

Moreman. John Andrew 

Morris. Paul Wesley 

Morrison. .Amanda Michelle 

Morrissev. Kristen Leiah 



Nakatsnka. Michele Lee 
Neil. Elizabeth Errett 



Nelson. Katrina Anne 
Ness. John Clifford 



Norman. Cynthia Bramley 
Nydegger. Julie-ann 



O'Bryan, Mica Danielle 
O'Neal. Kimberly Lynn 



Odom. Alice Grey 

Olson, Elizabeth Sanders 

Oman. Ronald Monroe 

Orlow, Wendy Ruth A. 

Orner, Clara Kathleen 

Osbum. Ashley Magee 



Parker, Shane Walton 

Passman, Corey Matthew 

Patty, William Jordan 

Peace, Leigh Anne 

Peek, Rebecca Leigh 

Perigo, Amy Jo 




78 / Freshmen 




Peuler, Amanda Friend 
Phillips. Cary Murchison 
Phillips. Robert Kirk 
Pias, Stacey McGowan 
Pinch. Jodi Jennifer 
Plauche. Amanda Lane 



Pratt, Frank Graham III 
Pressly. Anna Truitt 
Prewitt. Neill Davidaon 
Price. Jason Brian 
Ramke. Kelly Jean 
Ramsey. Reginald Norris Jr. 



Ray, William Carl III 

Reams. Joshua Hendry 



Reese. Chikki Tori 
Richardson. Emily Haynes 



Rinker. Laura Elizabeth 
Ripley. Wayne Eugene III 



Ritchie, David Ryan 
Roberts. Gretchen Laurel 



Robinson. Matthew Scott 
Robinson, Rachel Clark 
Roseman, Katy Lyn 
Ross, Laura Jean 
Ryan. Kellee Greenfield 
Sammler, Anya 



Freshmen/ 79 



Sanderfur. Karen Renea 



Sanse. Noah 



Sansbun . Michael Todd 



Schiano.Danielle Marie 

Schmidt. Peter Andrews 

Scinto, Sabrina Anne 

Sebrell. Anne Trezevant 

Seese. Ezra Samuel 

Seitz, Anja 



Sergent, Chandre Charis 

Setzer. Christian Josef B. 

Shaffer. Preston Brent 

Shepard. Elizabeth 

Thompson Hay 

Shoemaker, Christa Dianne 

Short, Winthrop Middleton 



Simmonds, Hadley Mahan 

Simpson, David Mason 

Simpson, Erin Patricia 

Simrill. Spenser Davenport 

Jr. 

Smith. Kimberly Ann 

Smith. Leah Maggie 



Smith, Shannon Ware 

Smith, Shepley Procter 

Southerland, John Jackson 

Spann, Amanda Lynn 

Spear, Anne Katherine 

Spurlock, Brian Lee 




80 /Freshmen 




I Stack, Andrew Gregg 
I Stafford, Ashley Laine 
I Steinmehl, Eric Jacob 
| Stiles. Matthew Walkins 
Strickler. Annie Eli/abeth 
Stroup, John Thomas 



Swiney. Richard Jason 
Swinney, Barbara Hayes 
Talbot. Mary Harding 
Tant. Tiffany Dawn 
Taylor. Rebecca Lindscy 
Taylor. Sara Anne 



Thomas. Christopher Darian 

Thompson Shanna Leigh 

Thompson. Thaddeus 

Lampton 

Trussler, Jon Seaward 

Tugman, John Charles 

Tullos. Sara Ansley 



Van Rij. Leigh Elizabeth 
Varn. April Roberts 
Walker, William Campbell 
Wallace. James Buchanan 
Waller, Richard Michael 
Walls, Peter Bernard 



Ward. AnizeH Erin 



Watterson, Wendy Kristen 



Watts. Todd Landon Earl 



Freshmen/81 



Weathers. Louisa East 

Weaver. Katharine Forbes 

Webb. Martha Jo 

Weien. Gwendolyn Jewel 

Wellborn. Lindsley Anne 

Welsh. Man Carol 



Wempe. Staephanie Allison 

Wheeless. Sarah Elizabeth 

Whisenant, Robert Prince 

White. Aaron Michael 

White. Jonathan Colby 

Whitt. Samuel Lee 



Wiesener. Catherine Anne 

Wilkes. Lauren Clark 

Williamson. Alana Anne 

Williford. Kenneth Hart 

Wimberly. Kathryn 

Wilkinson 

Womack. Kenneth Scott 



Young. Lindsay Kathryn 
Zoghby. Emily Marie 




,ey McLeod 



82 /Freshmen 




Not Pictured 



Armbrecht, Stewart Patterson 
Bandy, Ryan Edward 
Boehm, Edward Norman Jr. 
Chapman, Edward Austin 
Claycombe, William Robert 
Collins, Robert Grafton 
Cook, Wesley McCabe 
Culley, Jared Parnell 
Currie, Joseph Earl 
Dansby, David Revere 
Donahue, David Brent 
Dunwody, Amy Lacy 
Eager, Allen Hall 
Evans, Craig Lingle 
Ferguson, Andrew Dorsey 
Goldsmith, Richard Thomas 
Grubbs, Harrison Wells 
Hailes, Roger Paulson Jr. 
Halstead, Charles Edwin 
Harker, David Byron 
Horak, Matthew Patrick 
Houseal, John Irving III 
Johnson, Ashley Diane 
Johnston, Robert Dewitt 
Keith, Theodore Randall 
Knight, Barbara Shannon 
Magraw, John Thomas 



Marsh, Russell Glenn 
McKay, Walter Henry Clay 
Megorden Elizabeth Scott 
Michau, James Courtney 
Mondeli, Adrea Leah 
Moser, Anna Elizabeth 
Nabors, Allyson Elizabeth 
Nail, Jason Daniel 
Nash, Richard Hafford III 
Paleyanda, Kushalappa Karumbaya 
Parsley, Hanry Nutt III 
Pincus, Alexander Simms 
Polancich. Craig James 
Powell, Lauren Ashley 
Ratliff, James Potter . 

Reynolds, Adam B. 
Richmond, Lea IV 
Robbins, Samuel Donnell G. Ill 
Rogers, Michael Wayne 
Strong, Margaret E. Sloan 
Sturtevant, Andrew Lofton 
Tufts, Kathryn Cole 
White, Joshua H. Milledge 
Wilson, Jesse Winchester 
Woodlee, Jonathan 
Word, Harry Alan Jr. 



Freshmen/ 83 



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SENIORS 



Carol Mary Arney 

Senior. Hawaii 
Charles Lee Barton 
Senior. Maryland 
Fiona Mabel Bergstrom 
Senior. North Carolina 
Robert Lee Brown 
Senior. Upper South Carolina 
John Joseph Capellaro 
Senior, New York 

William Riggs Fulton 

Senior, Alaska 

Mark Anthony Ginzo 

Senior. Southeast Florida 

Alice Smith Haynes 

Senior. Upper South Carolina 

Kenneth Bernard 

Herzog 

Senior. Southeast Florida 

Neil Mitchell Kaminski 

Senior. Central Gulf Coast 



Claire Lofgren 

Senior 

Ramiro Eduardo Lopez 

Senior. West Texas 
Harry Wilder Lore II 
Senior, Central Florida 
Frank Blalock McRight, 
Jr. 

Senior. Central Gulf Coast 
Patricia Craig Moore 
Senior. Upper South Carolina 

George Gale Morgan 

Senior, Central Gulf Coast 

Linnae Himsl Peterson 

Senior 

Ricardo Sotomayor 

Senior. Texas 

Ellen Hanckel 

Stallworth 

Senior. Upper South Carolina 

Erwin Olin Veale, Jr. 

Senior, Georgia 



Kenneth Nelson Vinal 

Senior, Florida 

Andrew Ray Wright 

Senior, Northwest Texas 




NOT PICTURED 



Albert Edward Eaton Victoria Elizabeth O'Hara 

Senior, Western North Carolina Senior 

Anne Whitaker Harvey William Thomas Richter 

Senior Senior, Mississippi 

Robert William Harvey Alicia Dawn Schuster 

Senior, Alabama Senior, Atlanta 



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John David Badders 

Middler, West Texas 
Elvin David Basinger 
Middler. Georgia 
Floyd William Brewer 
Middler. Southwest Florida 
Katherine Corrine Calon 
Junior, West Missouri 
William Bernard Carlir 
Middler, Mississippi 

Sarah Jane Carper 

Middler 

Cassius Horton Daly 

Junior, Southwest Florida 

Charles Milton 

Deaton 

Junior. Mississippi 

Janice Eileen Duncan 

Middler. NW Pennsylvania 

Michael Gerard 

Dunnington 

Middler, North Carolina 

Judith Ann Ferguson 

Middler. New York 
Thomas Edward Filchak 
Middler 

Reed Harlow 
Freeman 
Middler. North Carolina 
Ronald Fred Kotrc 
French 

Middler. Arizona 
Susan Jane Frye 
Junior, Florida 

Scott Jeffrey Fuir 

Middler, New Jersey 

Robert Douglass 

Geddes 

Junior. West Virginia 

Samuel Bisland 

Godfrey 

Junior, Mississippi 

Brian Glenn Grantz 

Junior. Northern Indiana 

Allen Chaplin Hughes 

Middler. South Carolina 

Helen McLeroy 
Jenner 

Middler. North Carolina 
Susan Heckel Johnson 
Junior, Florida 
Sanford Allen Key 
Junior, North Carolina 
Joan Marie Kilian 
Junior, Georgia 
Susan Lassey LeSueur 
Middler, Nebraska 




Middlers and Juniors 



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Middlers and Juniors 



Lucrecia Miranda 
Littlejohn 

Junior. West Texas 

Reid Tate McCormick 

Junior. Florida 

Andrew Stephen 

McGinley 

Middler 

Susanna Elizabeth Metz 

Middler, Pennsylvania 

Margaret Caldwell Mulle 

Junior. East Tennessee 

Michael Brent Norris 

Middler, Georgia 

Jacob Wayne 

Owensby 

Junior, Florida 

Paul Henry Phillips 

Junior. Spokane 

Allen BradfordPurdom 

Middler, Ohio 

Charles Blake Rambo 

Junior, Central Florida 

Martha Crowley 
Rogers 

Junior. Minnesota 
William Gridley 
Scrantom, Jr. 

Middler 
Gabriel A. Sinisi 

Junior. Newark 
Stephen Courtney 
Smellie 

Middler, Southwest Florida 
Gene Ramsey 
Smitherman 

Middler, East Tennessee 

Suzanne Nicholas 
Smitherman 

Middler. East Tennessee 
Robert Leigh Spruill 
Middler. Virginia 
Matthew David Teel 
Junior, West Missouri 
Marc Patrick Vance 
Junior, Lexington 
Robert Reed VanDeusen 
Junior. Southwest Florida 

Stephen Bruce Walker 

Junior. Upper South Carolina 
William Thomas Warne 
Junior 
JosephEdwardWeatherly 

Middler, Upper South Carolina 

Paul Steve Winton 

Middler, South Carolina 
Alfred Thomas Kurt 
Zadig, Jr. 

Junior, South Carolina 



School of Theology/ 89 




SEMINARY SPOUSES 

(L to R) (1) Karen Geary, Susie Walker, Cindy Norris, 
Joy Owensby, Jackie McCormick, Tamisyn Grantz, 
Britton Cook (2) Nancy Freeman, Anne Brewer, Katie 
Fulton, Dave Rogers. JoAnn Fuir (3) Jan Morgan, 
Kendra Lopez, Karen Geddes, Marta Ginzo, Judy 
Badders, Melanie Wright. Beth Herzog, Sandra Brown, 
Jann Dunnington, Kathy Scrantom, Pam Carlin, Donna 
Brown, Mary Sinisi, Dan Duncan, Debbie Donnelly- 
Barton. Not pictured: Sue Armentrout, Lynda Basinger, 
Lars Bergstrom, Dennis Campbell, Bemadette 
Capellaro, Marilyn Creamer, Audrey Daly, Ruth 
Dubois, Carol Eaton, Ruth Filchak, Francine French, 
Patty Godfrey, Carolyn Hatchett, Phebe Hethcock, 
Barbara Hughes, Roy Johnson, Gwen Kaminski, Laura 
Key, John LeSueur, Ian Littlejohn, Diana Lore, Maria 
Lytle, Whit Moore, Corrie Norman, Paul Peterson, 
Mary Jo Purdom, Carol Rambo, Susan Richter, Dwight 
Sloan, Angelina Sotomayor, Susalee Spruill, Leticia 
Vance, Virginia Veale, Laura Vinal, Peggy Ward, 
Saran Wame, Lisa Weatherly, Nancy Winton. 



90 /School of Theology 




School of Theology/ 91 




92 /School of Theology 




a^rsi\th05e,here on 



, elsewhere _ 
#To those for who 
we care or who care^ 
for as ^To those ttfho 
are interested in the 
things for which we/ 
stand or who static fori 
the things in. which w& 
are interested <^To all 
those to whom £ewanee 
is either Dream or a 
%rtizattotT 




A 'Brief history of the 
University of the South 



School of Theology/ 93 







1 he University of the South was 

founded in 1857 by leaders of the 
Episcopal Church who were in- 
spired by the need for a Southern 
University of quality. With its 
assets destroyed in the Civil War, 
the University was rebuilt and has 
maintained a single-minded 
dedication to academic excellence 
and Christian Community. 



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Qthas been said a map is 
history on onepaqe. To explain 
adequately the history of Sewanee's 
campus would require a volume- 
even to explain the central campus 
depicted here. In this block of 
buildings are ancient and modern 
-features. They tell a story of hope, 
perseverance, despair and victory 




Cjlterry iKdll (1 961). A large portion of this building 
contains Guerry Auditorium (seating capacity 
1011). although classrooms extend along two 
wings. This is the principal building of the Sewanee 
Summer Music Center In the connecting wing ad- 
jacent to Convocation Hall is the University art 
gallery. 



Qlierrv ijartfl This courtyard between Convoca- 
tion and Walsh Halls is enclosed on the front side by 
cloisters, which also extend along two sides of 
Walsh. The Garth is used for concerts, plays, 
meetings, and services. 



St. Cuke's Mall (18 

was erected at the site u 
ed a wooden cross on JV 
University after the Civ 
struction, with limestoi 
chitectural precedent fa 
of the School of Theo 
seminary moved to Ha 
now contains colli 
classrooms. 



Convocation Wall (1886):Thisbeautlfulstone 

building, a significant example of Victorian-Gothic 
architecture, was designed as a meeting hall (west 
end) and gymnasium (east end) located in divided 
sections. It was a library from 1901 to 1 965. Today 
it is again a meeting hall and site for receptions and 
concerts The stained-glass windows and ornate 
Victorian woodwork are testaments to the age. On 
the walls are numerous plaques and portraits 
honoring important University and church leaders. 



CBresltlt lower (1886). Built along with Convoca- 
tion Hall. Breslin symbolizes the commitment of 
early University leaders, despite those times of 
hardship and poverty, to the creation of a grand 
university on the scale of Oxford and Cambridge. 
The tower, modeled after Magdalen Tower at Ox 
ford, is 100 feet high. In it are the Douglas Chimes, 
the result of a gift in 1900. and a Seth Thomas 
clock, installed in 1935 

Walsh '■J-fllll (1890): Classrooms andoffices of 
several humanities departments are located on the 
second and third floors. The appearance of a 19th 
century classroom is preserved in the central room 
of the middle floor. There on opposite ends of the 
desk are letters "pi" and "omega, " symbols of a 
debating society named after two University 
founders, Bishop Leonidas Polk and Bishop James 
Otey. On the main floor are administrative offices, 
including the office of the vice-chancellor. 

Cleveland MetnoriCtMHklC (1965). Besides con- 
necting Carnegie. Guerry. and Walsh Halls. 
Cleveland contains the offices of financial aid an 
career planning, admissions, the registrar, and 
word processing and printing. 



Carnegie 9{alC (1 913). A gift of Andrew Carnegie, 
this stone building housed science departments until 
the completion of Woods Laboratories. It is noui oc- 
cupied by administrative and faculty offices and the 
fine arts department. Above the entrance is inscrib- 
ed the Latin word "scientia," meaning 
"knowledge. " The dome and a telescope were add- 
ed in the 1940s 




'Thompson 'HalC (1883): Known to thousands of 
alumni as Thompson Union, this restored building 
originally stood three stories high and housed the 
medical school. A fire virtually destroyed the 
building in 1950. Today Thompson contains the 
university relations offices and the Union Theatre. 



AlC Saints' Chapel a 905, 

tion was abandoned because 
All Saints' remained a single-: 
than 50 years. Its final and 
follow the plans of Edw 
chancellor from 1951 to 197. 
windows, flags, and other i 
aura of this Gothic style chapi 
Freres organ is used for mors 
held almost daily. Here also 
and degrees conferred. The! 
is depicted in the stained gla: 
front of the chapel. 



1 he name "Sewanee," used 

informally for the University, 
was given to this mountain 
plateau by the Indians. The 
Domain of the University 
encompasses about 10,000 
acres, upon which there are 
many trails, forests, lakes, and 
mountain overlooks. 



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Sewanee, Tenne 




, HE UNIVERSITY is under the joint control 
Episcopal Church. Opened in 1868. Located a 
Mountains, two thousand feet above the level of I 
the surrounding valleys. The scenery is beaulifu 
tants are especially exempt from malarial and 
national reputation as a health resort. The atmosphere, even 
adapted to the requirements of a Summer School. The foil™ 
well equipped and lully organized with a thoroughly efficient 



Academic, Theological, Medical, Law, The 



. Geography . 



U. While Sewanee s claim to stand for training in classical and literary culture is 
number ol alumni who nave attained to prominence in journali: m and literature, m 
business, and several are engaged in the practice of architecture C Through the g 
ficiary. an offer has been made for the building of a $60,000 S :ience Hill, which 
properly equipped, will fill a long-felt need in the broader growth of the University 
GRAMMER SCHOOL prepares boys (or this and other Unive -si ties and (or busine 
1909. begins July 5th; Advent Term. 1909. begins Septemb. r 19th; Lent Term. 
19lh Vacation from the middle of December to the middle c( March. insteaJ of 
months. *L For catalogue and other information addresss 

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Sewanee. Tennesse. 
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>ur-story building 
ip Quintard plac- 
866, reuiuingthe 
\ sandstone con- 
itablished an ar- 
•rsity. The home 
1984, when the 
, St. Luke's Hall 
i offices and 



St. Jjiltf's Chapel (1 904) . Unusual for its large 
choir section and tiny nave in the English academic 
tradition, this small chapel is also noteworthy for its 
woodwork and display of sandstone craftsman- 
ship—fine window mullians and powerful walls. 
The Meneely bell in its tower hung in the original St 
Augustine's Chapel in 1870 and has since hung in 
All Saints' Chapel and Breslin Tower. 



■itie bishop's Common (l 794). a student u 



/ 



the Common, houses the University post 
and Tiger Bay Pub and snack bar on the lower 
St. Luke's Bookstore, a dining room, lounge 
game rooms on the main floor; and a variety 
dent offices on the second floor. 



lion, 

flee, 

or; 

and 

olfstu- 



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Phi deltaliieta Fraternity House ti 
ispired by Founde 
r itemities have a 
A FO house (across 
87 ) as the first U nil 
house in the Soi 
he nation. Three 
qigma Alpha Epsiljp 
Alpha— were 
organizations t 



this stone house was i 
Oxford. Sewanee'sfi 
orful history. Th 
Avenue), built in 1 
was the first fraternity 
oldest ATO house in 
nities at Sewanee 



Sigma, and Pi Kappjp 
chapters of their natu 
own houses 



s of the Protestant 
on the Cumberland 
thousand leet above 
ous. and the inhabi- 
ts- Jr*jnrr lias a 
delightful and well 
the University are 



ill! nicer t iw 



ustilied by the large 
ny are successful in 
nerosity ol a bene- 
'hen completed and 

«. The SEWANEE 

<L Trinity Term. 
1910. begins March 
during the Summer 



oio/c 



duPont library (1965)-. Thisthre 

contains the 374.C00-volume Unive 



which was begun 



Cambridge in U68. A government documents 
center is also loca ed in duPont. A i are-books col- 
lection contains aiout 12,000 volu nes. including 
incunabula and m my first edition wo -ks acquired i 
part through the it fluence of the Se< ianee Review 
and literary perso talities at Sewanie The wood- 
work is of special interest in the Toi an Room just 
above the front dc or. 



Woods laboratories (l 

classrooms, and offices 
this science and math bu 
courtyard and Blackman 



96 3) 



Modern labora 

the outer 
On the interio 
Auditorium 



oc :upy i 
Idng. 



construc- 
iroblems, 
\ for more 
oportions 
iy, vice- 
ined glass 
id to the 
Casavant 
which are 
s are held 
Jniversity 
hex at the 



St. Augustine S Stone This is the site of the 

original University Chapel, a frame building built in 
1868 and enlarged several times. The chapel also 
served as classroom space. It was taken down in 
1910, and the original furnishings are located in the 
neui St. Augustine's Chapel. 



St. Augustine s chapeL ( in sacristy wt 

nishings date from the 1800's. andon 
be seen names, initials, etc. . carved in 
Mathematics was taught in St. Augusti 
federate General Edmund Kirby-Smitl 
is the rose window, representing the a 
the side windows, representing the 
church's authority from England to 
America to Sewanee. 

rd Tower (1957): Thetower is 143 feet high 
and contains the 56-bell Leonidas Polk Memorial 
Carillon, one of the largest in the world. Carillon 
concerts are held most Sunday afternoons. 



Shapa. 



story building 

sity collection. 

with books given >y Oxford and 



long 



we; say 
out 1 



e design of 
s' Tower at 
and col- 
University 
library, 
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Sewanee History/ 95 



. Origins . 



"Concerned by the failure of the Episcopal Church to establish within the various southern states a single successful 
university, 10 Episcopal dioceses agreed in 1856 to work together to create an institution which would serve the entire 
area. Responding to their bishops' invitation, clergy and lay delegates from North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, 
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee met at Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga, Tennes- 
see, on July 4, 1857. and organized the first Board of Trustees. 

This first meeting of the Trustees was followed by a second later that year in Montgomery, Alabama, at which the 
name and site of the University were chosen. At a third meeting in 1858, at Beersheba Springs, a resort near Sewanee, 
the Trustees received the charter for the University from the State of Tennessee. 

The culmination of these early efforts was the ceremonial laying of the cornerstone for the first building, which took 
place on October 10, 1860. The Bishop of Georgia, Stephen Elliott, placed a Bible and Prayer Book within the stone; 
the Bishop of Louisiana, Leonidas Polk, concluded the laying of the stone for 'an institution established for the cultiva- 
tion of true religion, learning, and virtue, that thereby God may be glorified and the happiness of men may be advanced.' 
" (A piece of the original corner-stone is preserved in the wall of All Saints' Chapel, while a replica of the cornerstone 
lies on a wooded path across the street from Benedict.) 

"The dreams of the founders were swept away during the Civil War. With the south lying desolate after the war, 
Charles Todd Quintard, Bishop of Tennessee, and George R. Fairbanks returned to the site of the campus in 1866. In a 
simple ceremony they and a few workmen erected a cross fashioned from nearby saplings, and formally re-established 
the University. 

Many obstacles remained to be overcome, however, before the University could open its doors to students. The 
substantial amount of money which had been pledged to create the University before the war had been lost. Further, the 
South, from which support would logically come, was impoverished. Looking to England for support, Bishop Quintard 
made three fund-raising tours, returning to the United States after the first with sufficient funds to make the opening of 
the University possible. 

The first Convocation of The University of the South was held on September 18, 1868, with nine students and four 
teachers present. The physical plant consisted of St. Augustine's Chapel, Otey Hall, and Cobbs Hall, each a simple 
frame building. 

Although years of adversity, struggle, and sometimes poverty lay ahead, the University grew..." 

-excerpted from the Catalog of the College of Arts and Sciences 1993 





CTOBER 10, 1860, is a memorable date 
in the history of Sewanee. On that day, 
the corner-stone of the first building was 
laid in what is now known as Louisiana 
Circle.' Those who were present on that 
occasion describe the original corner-stone as being a very 
large block of reddish-brown, variegated Tennessee 
marble, which had been quarried somewhere near Win- 
chester in Franklin County. The stone was so large that 
tradition says it took eight yoke of oxen to haul it up the 
mountain, and a skilled workman spent six weeks in 
shaping and polishing it after it was placed upon the 
ground. 

96/Sewanee History 



The day appointed for the laying of the corner-stone 
dawned bright and clear, as beautiful an October day as 
could be desired. An eye-witness thus describes the scene: 
"Almost like magic, the mountain plateau of Sewanee 
teemed with life: the shriek of arriving railway trains, the 
rumbling of omnibuses and carriages brought up for the 
occasion, the throng of people from the surrounding 
country on foot, on horseback, in wagons, carts, and every 
conceivable vehicle, all gathered to a common centre, 
evinced the interest which the occasion created. A band of 
music from Nashville poured forth its martial strains, and 
booths and peddler wagons indicated a gala day for the 
people." 

-excerpted from the Cap & Gown 1 895 



. Campus and Buildings . 



The buildings of the College of Arts and 
Sciences and the School of Theology are 
constructed of sandstone from the Domain. 
They are frequently gifts of benefactors whose 
names they bear. 

St. Luke's Hall (1878) once housed the 
School of Theology, which moved to 
Hamilton Hall, the previous residence of the 
Sewanee Military Academy. It now houses the 
Sewanee Review, classrooms, Grosvenor 
Auditorium and residence rooms for Senior 
males. 

Thompson Hall (1883) once housed the 
medical school. After a fire in 1 950, recon- 
struction provided the student union and SPO 
until 1974, when the Bishop's Common was 
erected. It now houses University Relations 
and Alumni offices, and the Sewanee Union 
Theater. 

Convocation Hall (1886) erected as the 
place for Senate and Board of Trustees 
meetings, and convocations, it served as the 
Library from 1901 to 1965. 

Walsh-Ellen Hall (1890) has served 
faithfully as the location for classrooms and 
faculty and administrative offices. 

Fulford Hall ( 1 890), once the residence of 
seven previous Vice Chancellors, became the 
location for Admissions, Financial Aid, and 
Public Relations. 



St. Luke's Chapel (1904) serves the choir and 
orchestra for performances, as well as special 
services and compline services during the year. 

All Saints' Chapel (1905) replaces the early 
wooden structure near the present building. 
Incomplete for 50 years, 1957 saw the completion 
of the present Gothic structure. 

Carnegie Hall (1913) was once known as 
Science Hall. It now houses the Treasurer's office, 
classrooms, offices, studios, and the observatory. 

Guerry Hall (1961) contains classrooms, 
offices, an auditorium, stage, offices, and an art 
gallery for visiting exhibitions and the 
University's permanent collection. 

Snowden Forestry Building (1962) contains 
classrooms, laboratories, offices, and a green- 
house. The paneling of the rooms and large 
number of samples contribute to the wood 
technology collection. 

The Jessie Ball duPont Library (1965) is 
named for the most munificent benefactor of the 
University. It houses the principal library holdings 
and archives and includes study carrels, screening 
rooms, a listening complex, and a collection of 
recordings. 

Cleveland Memorial (1965) connects Walsh- 
Ellett and Carnegie. It also houses the Vice- 
President for Business and Community Relations, 
the Registrar, Career Services, and Minority 
Affairs. 



Wiggins Hall (1965) contains individual 
and group practice rooms and offices for the 
Music Department. 

J. Albert Woods Laboratories (1968) 
honors one of the most devoted alumni. The 
building contains classrooms, offices, labora- 
tories. Blackman Auditorium and the Waring 
Web Greenhouse. 

The Bishop's Common (1974) contains the 
SPO, dining room, Tiger Bay Pub, lounges, 
WUTS radio station, student publications 
offices, meeting rooms and game rooms. 

Emerald -Hodgson Hospital (1976) replaces 
the old hospital, now Hodgson Hall. 

Clement Chen Hall (1991 ) replaces Fulford 
Hall as the residence of the Vice Chancellor. 

The Robert Dobbs Fowler Center (1994) 
includes the Frank A. Juhan Gymnasium 
(1956-57). It provides weightrooms, racquet- 
ball courts, an indoor track, swimming pool, 
basketball courts, tennis courts and offices. 

Residence halls: Hodgson Hall (1877), 
Emery Hall (1916), Hoffman Hall (1925), 
Elliott Hall ( 1922), Cannon Hall (1925), 
Johnson Hall (1926), Tuckaway Inn (1930), 
Phillips Hall (1951), Gailor Hall (1952), 
Gorgas Hall (1952), Hunter Hall (1953), 
Sessums Cleveland Hall (1955), Benedict Hall 
(1963), McCrady Hall ( 1964), Courts Hall 
(1965), Trezevant Hall (1969). 



_L 



. Future Directions . 



The University is going through a period 
of building and renovation. More than half 
of the existing buildings were constructed in 
the late 1950's and early 1960's. Thus, 
Sewanee is undergoing a $50 million 
building and renovation boom to 
accomodate the expanding numbers and 
needs of students and faculty. 

During the past five years, approxi- 
mately $25m in major construction and 
renovation projects have been accom- 
plished. Quintard Hall renovation, com- 
pleted 1990, was one of the first major 
renovations. Beyond this first-class dormi- 
tory, the campus received new walks, 
landscaping, exterior lights, handicapped 
accessibility, a refurbishing of Gorgas, St. 
Luke's, Clement Chen Hall, and new air 
conditioning for Cravens. Removing 
parking lots from interior campus sites to 
more remote sites is also a theme to come. 

Currently underway is a $3m renovation 
of the old Emerald-Hodgson Hospital which 
will house 62 students beginning in August 
1995. Hodgson Hall will be without 



question one of the finest dormitories in the 
United States. 

Like the Quintard project, the land sur- 
rounding the newly renovated Hodgson 
dormitory will be turned into a green area, 
thus resulting in the re-routing of Curlicue 
Road. 

Next summer Phillips will be renovated and 
expanded internally to house 40 students. 

Plans for the summer of 1995 call for a 
refurbishing of Cleveland Hall. Included in 
this refurbishment will be lighting, updating 
the alarm system, painting, and new carpet. 

The next five years will see another $25 m 
spent on construction and renovation. During 
the summer of 1 996 Benedict Hall will receive 
a comprehensive refurbishment including a 
new heating and air conditioning system. 

Also planned is a new theatre, to begin 
construction in the fall of 1996. The existing 
Academy gym will be renovated and ex- 
panded, similar to the Fowler Center renova- 
tion, resulting in a flexible 200-seat theatre, 
offices, studios, rehearsal and shop space, 
dance studio, dressing rooms, and storage. 



Another facility, located near Hamilton Hall, 
will be a new chapel for the School of Theology. 
The architect, Fay Jones, is a world renowned 
designer. The design process is expected to begin 
this summer. 

Depending on the success of the campaign, two 
major facilities will be added to the core of campus. 
The first is a new dining hall to be located on top of 
St. Augustine's Avenue parallel to All Saints' 
Chapel. This new facility will provide for the first 
time in many years a central dining hall for all 
students, faculty, and staff. 

The second facility is a new academic building 
for Geology, Forestry, Academic Computing, and 
Computer Sciences. The 40,000 square foot facility 
will be the University's second largest academic 
building, and it will be located on the hill just 
southeast of Woods Lab. 

In the end, the goal of the University is to shape 
the campus in such a way that the setting that will 
be created will reinforce the principles, history, 
tradition, and values of Sewanee, and at the same 
time adequately support the existing academic and 
student life programs, 
-submitted by Tom Kepple, edited Jennifer J. Pfeil 



Sewanee History/ 97 



. University musings . 













SEWANEE! How beautiful art Thou 
in Thy High Places! A Beacon upon 
5 the top of a Mountain, and an Ensign 
on an Hill! Sacred art Thou to us 
among the habitations of men, because 
of the noble spirits who have peopled Thy solitudes, 
and who have taught, by the sanctity of their lives 
and the richness of their learning, the excellency of 
the manhood that lives in touch with God! Sweet 
and gracious are the memories that haunt and hallow 
for us Thy waving forests and mountain views, and 
every acre of Thy wide^domam ! For simple tastes, 
and gentle manners, and unselfish service, during these 
five and forty years — with rare, proud courage. Thou 
hast made and lived Thy claim! O Sewanee! The 
child of so many labours; of so many hopes; of so 
many sacrifices ; of so great faith ! who can doubt for 
a moment that God — the God of the spirits of the 
flesh — hath chosen Thee for an Instrument and Inter- 
preter of His Will, and that, in serving Thee, we are 
proving our fellowship with God! (Rt. Rev. Thoma-. 
F. Cailor, Bishop of Tennessee end Chancellor of the 
University of the South. ) 
















Sewanee Hymn 

(Air- "Austrian National Anthem" by Haydn) 

God of Light, Whose face beholding, 

Israel's Leader learned Thy Will,- 
Fire and Storm the Rock enfolding, 

When the Voice was calm and still,- 
Give Thy children on the Mountain 

Grace and power Thy Truth to know; 
Open here a living fountain, 

Whence thy praise shall ever flow. 

On the world now grows the Vision,- 

Love of Country— Freedom's call; 
Gauge of Battle,— Life's decision,- 

Faith will see the Christ through all. 
Clear, surer, rings the story,- 

"Christ our Brother-God Most High! 
Through earth's vapors sweeps the glory,- 

Wrong, injustice, sin, must die." 

For the warfare train us, Father- 
God of battles, God of might,- 

That no mists of Hell may gather, 
Darken nor obscure the right. 

Gird our souls with Thy Compassion, 
Purge our minds with fire divine; 

Light of Light, the Truth Incarnate, 

Make our lives and thoughts like Thine. 

-Thomas F. Gailor 




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.Mirutdae . 



Alma Mater 




THE 

UNIVERSITY OF THE 
SOUTH 



The University Prayer 



A 1 



lmighty God, the Father of our Lord Jesus 



Christ, we, Thy servants, implore Thy 



blessing upon this University. Give the Spirit of 



Wisdom to all those to whom Thou hast given 



the authority of teaching and of government 
Let the students grow in grace day by 



•M 



day; enlighten their minds, purify their hearts, 



and sanctify their wills. Bless all who have 



contributed to this Institution; and raise up 



to the University, we humbly pray Thee, a 



never-failing succession of benefactors; through 



our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. -*« Amen. 



What Sewanee Stands For 



The Education of the Whole Man 

His lioih. in a physical environment and training almost ideal. 

His mind, through courses in a scientifically correct curriculum, and 
through contact with a faculty strong in scholarship and personality. 

His character, through the constant influence of Christianity as expounded 
and exemplified in the life of the University community. 

The Malting of the Citizen, 

In theory, through the influence of that ideal of patriotism which we call 
the Slwanee Spirit. 

In practice, through dynamic living as a citizen in a community of which 
the student body constitutes the citizenship. 

Individuality, Originality, Initiative 

Taught to think independently, plan independently, but to act as a com- 
munity memher 




The Historic Flag at Sewanee 

"Once suspended from the south 
clerestory walls of All Saints' (University) 
Chapel was a silk flag, so faded and tattered 
that it was not at once recognized by 
visitors as the national banner, and prompt- 
ing frequent inquiries as to what it is and 
why it should be there. It is a flag with a 
history, and is one of the University's most 
treasured relics. 

The staff was cut for it near the grave of 
Washington at Mount Vernon, by President 
Millard Fillmore, whose term extended 
from 1850 to 1853, and this flag with its 
staff was presented by General Winfield 
Scott to Mr. Lucius C. Duncan, of New 
Orleans. General Scott, who was in the 
diplomatic or consular service, took the flag 
on a journey to the Levant. On this trip the 
flag was unfurled on some of the historic 
battlefields of England, upon the Baltic Sea, 
'upon all the memorable battlefields of 
Greece, the Pyramids and ruined temples of 
Egypt, on lonely Sinai and Horeb and Hor, 
upon the banks of Jordan and in Jerusalem.' 

It came into posession of Dr. Herman C. 
Duncan who was present with it at the 
Fourth of July celebration on Lookout 
Mountain in 1857, when the University of 
the South was organized. Both the flag and 
staff were formally presented to the 
University in 1885 by Dr. Duncan." 

The flag has been removed for safe 
keeping, but the staff is preserved in a glass 
case on the wall in the south clerestory. 

-excerpted from the Cap & Gown 1 925 



The University Seal 

The University Seal contains the cross 
of Christ in the center, with the chain of 
links representing the ten original owning 
dioceses. It also contains the Greek letters 
of Christ's name, and the Alpha and Omega 
on the sides of the cross. The University's 
motto from the 133rd Psalm, "ECCE 
QUAM BONUM," above clasped hands, 
used from the founding of the University, 
lies below the cross. The dove of the Holy 
Spirit is above the cross. The name and the 
chartering date of the University, 1 858, 
encircle the cross and internal symbols. The 
shape of the seal is that of two congruent 
circles overlapped, signifying the union of 
God and humanity in Jesus Christ. 

Tradition holds that students, upon 
receiving their diplomas are to walk across 
the seal as they are leaving the Chapel, and 
not before. 



Sewanee History/ 99 




■'■•/•• ■ ■ 



Sustaining the Founders' Vision 



Dr. Samuel R. Williamson, the 1 1th Vice-Chancellor, 
was installed in October 1988 as successor to Robert 
Ayers. While Dr. Williamson is responsible for the 
"careful planning for additional facilities as well as a 
modest expansion of the faculty and student body," his 
most inspirational movement has been towards the 
Campaign for Sewanee: Sustaining the Founders' Vi- 
sion. The attempts to sustain this vision include a $91.5 
million fund-raising effort that will strengthen the 
endowment, create new campus facilities, and renovate 
those buildings which are so familliar. 

After nearly 140 years, the 10 Episcopal dioceses 
from the southern states can rest. They can rest in the 
assurance that their dream and vision has become 
reality. There is now a place in the South which is 
responsible for "the cultivation of true religion, learning, 
and virtue." There is now a place which challenges the 
mind, body, and soul alike. There is now a place which 
offers, as any student or alumni knows, everything that 
could be asked for, and that place is the University of 
the South. 





Vice-Chancellor Samuel R. Williamson( above), also Professor 
of History. B.A. Tulane University; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard 
University. Faculty since 1988. 



He shall give his angels charge 
over you, to keep you in all your 
ways. 

-Psalm 91 



Dr. Samuel R. Williamsonfabove left) with President of the Order 

of Gownsmen, Trey Sturtevant (right) 



102 /Faculty 



The College of Arts and Sciences 






Frederick Croom(above),.Provosf and 
Professor of Mathematics. B.S., Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina. 
Faculty since 1971. 



Tom Ward (above), University Chaplain. 
B.A., The University of the South; B.AV 
M.A., Oxford; M.Div., Virginia Theological 
Seminary. 



Laurence Alvarez(above),As.socjate Provost 
and Professor of Mathematics. B.S., The 
University of the South; M.A., Ph.D., Yale 
University. Faculty since 1964. 



"The Renaissance humanists were right that learning should be 
related to the kinds of lives we seek to live." - Brown Patterson 









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TomK 


epple, Jr.(above 


),Vice 






President for Business and Commu- 
nity Relations. B.A., M.B.A., Ed.D. 



Larry Jones(above),Dean of the College and 
Professor of Biology. B.S., Woffard College; Ph.D.. 
University of North Carolina. Faculty since 1977. 




Robert Hedrick(above),Z5i/'ecfor of 
Admissions. B.A., Adams State 
College; M.S., Ph.D.. Iowa State 
University. 



Faculty / 103 




Robert Keele(above).De<7H of the College and Profes- 
sor of Political Science. B.A. University of the South; 
M.A.. Ph.D.. Emory University. Faculty since 1961. 




Tom Watson( above ),Interim University Librarian and Vice President for University 
Affairs. A.B., Oklahoma Baptist University; M.A., University of Arkansas; M.S.L.S. 
Simmons College. 



Caren Rosser(left),Z)/Vecror of University 
Counseling and Psychology. B.S., Univer- 
sity of Washington; M.A., Ph.D. 
Vanderbilt University. Faculty since 1993. 



"At Sewanee, 
the problem is 
the solution." 
-Dr.Gerald 
Smith 



Robert Pearigen(below ),Dea/z of Men 
and Professor of Political Science. B.A. 
University of the South; M.A., Ph.D., 
Duke University. Faculty since 1987. 



Lee Guerryi above), Dean of Women. B.A. The Univer- 
sity of the South. 



The University Purpose 

"The purpose of the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of the South is to 
develop the whole person through a liberal arts education of high quality. Sewanee is 
committed to the college of liberal arts as a distinct unit in the educational system of our 
country. The College's aims include training in personal initiative, in social consciousness, 
in aesthetic perception, in intellectual curiosity and integrity, and in methods of scientific 
inquiry. It endeavors to achieve these objectives with excellence in the context of a small 
college with a faculty of character and distinction maintaining close personal contact with 
a carefully selected group of students." 

- set forth and adopted by the Board of Trustees on May 7, 1993 



104 /Faculty 




Anthropology 



" Breakfast cereal is no more real than Disneyland." 
-Dr. Richard O'Connor 




Major Charles McCollough (above 

left) Anthropology. B.A., Grove City 
College; M.A., Ph.D., University of 
Pennsylvania. Faculty since 1992. 



John Hamer( above right). 
Anthropology. B.A., Pennsylvania 
State; M.A., University of Pittsburgh; 
Ph.D. Northwestern University. 
Faculty since 1992. 



Richard O'Connor (above) Anthropology (Chair). B.A 
William and Mary; M.A., Ph.D., Cornell University. 
Faculty since 1978. 




Barry Lyons(above),/4n?/;ro/70/og;y. B.A., Washington University; 
M.A., Ph.D. University of Michigan. Faculty since 1994. 



Patricia Gibson(above),/4/f//;ro/w/ogv and Chair of Third World 
Studies. B.A., San Jose State University; M.A.. Ph.D., University 
of California, Santa Barbara. Faculty since 1986. 

Faculty / 105 



Biology 




Henrietta Croom(above),B/o/ogv (Chair) and John Palisano(above),Bi'o/ogv. B.S., Ph.D., 
Pre-Med Advisor. A.B.., Ph.D., University of University of Tennessee. Faculty since 1993. 

North Carolina. Faculty since 1972. 



Nancy Berner(above),.Bio/og;y. B.S., M.S., 
University of Idaho; Ph.D., Stanford University 
Faculty since 1992. 




Bruce Connfabovej,B;'o/ogv. B.S., Lee College; M.S., 
Morehead State University; Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. 
Faculty since 1993. 



Jonathan Evans(above),Bio/0g}>. B.A., Cornell University; Ph.D., Duke 
University. Faculty since 1994. 



106 /Faculty 



"As a result of its academic tradition, access to natural lands, and its unique 
collection of faculty representing a broad array of environmental studies, I 
believe Sewanee has the opportunity to become a leader among liberal arts 
colleges in training students to solve the environmental challenges of the next 
V^century." - Jonathan Evansy* 




Jeffrey Tassin(above), Chemistry (Chair). B.A., Adelphi University; Ph.D., 
Georgia Institute of Technology. Faculty since 1981. 



John Bordley( above ),Chemistry and Computer Science. 
B.S., Davidson College; Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity. Faculty since 1970. 



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Edward Kirven(above),Chemistry. B.A., 
The University of the South; Ph D., Univer- 
sity of Minnesota. Faculty since 1976. 



James Lowe(above), C/7«w'.yfrv. B.A., 
Antioch College; Ph.D., Stanford 
University. Faculty since 1965. 



Timothy Blair(above),C/;emu7rv. B.S. 
Western Kentucky University; Ph.D.. 
University of Kentucky. Faculty since 
1992. 



Faculty / 107 



Classical Languages 



" Reading the Aeneid in english is like making love through 
plate glass. You can see everything, but it's just not the same." 



-Dr. Bill Bonds 



William Bonds(above),Classical Languages (Chair). 
B.A., The Johns Hopkins University; M.A., Ph.D., 
University of Pennsylvania. Faculty since 1978. 



John Seiters( above \eft),Classical Lan- 
guages. B.A., The University of the South; 
M.A., Ph.D., Florida State University. 
Faculty since 1971. 



Charles Binniker (above right). 
Classical Languages. B.A., The 
University of the South; M.A., 
Florida State University; Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina. 
Faculty since 1960. 




Economics 




Carl Heinemann(above),£concwH'cs. B.A., Vanderbilt University; C.P.A. 
Faculty since 1987. 





Jill Hendrickson(above),£ , co/?ow/cj'. B.A., 
University of Puget Sound; Ph.D., University 
of Notre Dame. Faculty sincel994. 



108 /Faculty 




Robert Gottfried(above),£co«o/n/c.y 
(Chair). A.B., Davidson College, Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina. Faculty 
sincel982. 



Yasmeen Mohiuddin( above ), Economics. 
B.A., M.A., Karachi University; M.A., 
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. Faculty since 
1981. 



Arthur Schaefer( above ), Economics. B.A., M.A. 
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Faculty since 
1966. 



When I interviewed for the job, Marvin Goodstein, then chair, drove me to 
Green's view and said, 'Now we'll discuss salary.' I took the job. " 

-Dr. Robin Gottfried 




Ansel Sharp(above),Economics. B.A., 
Howard College; M.A., University of 
Virginia; Ph.D., Louisiana State University. 
Faculty since 1985. 



Jerry Ingles(above),£'cc>H07?!/c.y. B.A., 
University of California Berkeley; M.A., 
Ph.D., Cornell University. Faculty since 
1978. 



Mark Nichols(above),Economics. B.S., 
University of Central Florida; M.A.. Ph.D.. 
Florida State University. Faculty since 1994. 



Faculty / 109 







Dale Richardson(above),£ng//s/j. B.A., Harvard College; M.A., 
University of Virginia; Ph.D.. Princeton University. Faculty since 

1973. 



Elizabeth Dewberry(above),£'«gfo/z. Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. 
Visiting Professor. 




William Cockel above center), English. B.A., The University of the South; Ph.D. 

Vanderbilt University. Faculty since 1967. 



English 



"Now comes the moment when I like a 
really good Falstaff." 

-Dr. John Reishman, referring to the 
character in Henry IV part 1, not the beer 







Henry Arnold, Jr., (above), English (Chair). 
B.A., The University of the South; M.A., 
Ph.D., Harvard University. Faculty since 1963. 



10 /Faculty 







Edwin (Ted) Stir\ing(above),English. B.A., The University of the South; 
M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Faculty since 1969. 



Thomas Carlson(above),£«g/M/;. B.A., The University of the 
South; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 
Faculty since 1970. 



"A happy love affair in Troy is like a happy love affair on the Titanic." 

-Dr. Robert Benson 




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William Clarkson(above),£'«g/is/j. B.A., Yale College; M.A 
J h.D., University of Virginia. Faculty since 1973. 



Robert Benson(above),£>2g//.y/!. B.A., Vanderbilt University; 
Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Faculty since 1970. 



Faculty /111 




Dennis Kezar(above),English. B.A. The University of the South. Pamela MacRe(above), English. B.A., Goucher College; M.A., Ph.D. 

Faculty since 1994. Duke University. Faculty since 1984. 



"People used to die for their religious beliefs. Now they die for 
their tennis shoes." -Dr. Wyatt Prunty 





Wyatt Prunty(above),£«^/;.s/i. B.A., The University of the 
South; M.A., The Johns Hopkins University; Ph.D., Louisana 
State University. Faculty since 1989. 



Don DuPree(above),£>?g/(.y/!. B.A. The University of the South; M.A., 
Vanderbilt University; M.A., Middlebury College; Ph.D., University 
of Whales, Cardiff. Faculty since 1988. 



112 /Faculty 




If we instill into 
your hearts any 
reverence for 
Sewanee's past; any 
determination to 
make more glorious 
Sewanee's future; 
any vital interest in 
Sewanee's present, 
then our sole 
purpose is 
accomplished, our 
work is done. 
-Cap and Gown ,1907 



in Grammer (above), English. B.A. Vanderbilt University; M.A., Ph.D., University of 
ginia. Faculty since 1992. 




Ken Haynes(left), 
English. B.S. Cal Tech; 
Boston College Ph.D. 
program. Faculty since 
1995. 



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John Reishman( right) 

English. B.A. 
University of Notre 
Dame; M.A., Ph.D., 
University of Virginia. 
Faculty since 1969. 




Faculty/ 113 



Fine Arts 




Pradip Maldel above ).Fine Arts (Chair). Diploma. Bournemouth 
College of Art and Design; M.A.. Glasgow School of Art. 
Faculty since 1989. 



Madonna just rubs me the wrong way. 

-Dr. Gregory Clark 




John Siewertf above), Fine Arts. B.A. University of Minnesota; M.A., Ph. D. 
University of Michigan. Faculty since 1994. 



Gregory Clark( above), Fine Arts. B.A. University of 
California, Los Angeles; M.A., City University of New Yorl 
M.F.A., Ph.D., Princeton University. Faculty since 1989. 



14 /Faculty 




iward Carlos( above ),Fine Arts. B.S., Indiana University of 
snnsylvania; M.F.A., Catholic University of America; Ph.D., Ohio 
tiiversity. Faculty since 1969. 

Waring McCrady(below),Frenc/i. B.A., The University of the 
mth; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina. Faculty since 1962. 



George Poe( above ), French (Chair). B.A., Dividson College; M.A.. 
Middlebury College; Ph.D, Duke University. Faculty since 1988. 



Frances B. Calder 
(left),French. B.A., 

Agnes Scott 
College; M.A.. 
Ph.D., Yale Univer- 
sity. Visiting 
Professor. 




"Que la Montagne est Belle!" -George Poe 



Faculty/ 115 




Jacqueline Schaeferf above ).French. 
Licence es lettres, Diplome d'Etudes 
Superieures.Universite de Caen; Agregation 
de l'Universite, Paris-Sorbonne. Faculty since 
1966. 



Laurie Ramsey( above), French. B.A. College 
of William and Mary; M.A., Indiana Univer- 
sity. Faculty since 1992. 



Donald Rung(above),Frenc/2. B.A., Harvard 
College; Ph.D., Princeton University. Faculty 
since 1987. 



German 




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James Davidheiser(above),Gennan. B.A. LaSalle College; 
M.A., Ph.D., University of Pittsburg. Faculty since 1976. 



116 /Faculty 



History 





Arthur Knoll(above ),History. B.A., Bates College: M.A. 
New York University; Ph.D., Yale University. Faculty 
since 1970. 



arold Goldberg(above),//(5fon' 
!hair). B.A., State University of New 
ork at Buffalo; M.A., Ph.D., University 
Wisconsin. Faculty since 1974. 





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John Flynn(above).///.v/on'. B.A., 

Boston College; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia 

University. Faculty since 1966. 



Johan Ahr( above ),History. B. A., Harvard College; M.A. , 
Yale University. Faculty since 1993. 



W. Brown Patterson 

(left), History. B.A., The 
University of the South; 
M.A., University of 
Oxford; M.Div., Episco- 
pal Divinity School; 
A.M., Ph.D., Harvard 
University. Faculty since 
1980. 



Charles Perry( right). 
History. A.B., Davidson 
College; A.M.. Ph.D., 
Harvard University. 
Faculty since 1974. 



"In the end, all of history comes 
down to this: those who realize 
the past can imagine the present. 



-Dr. John Willis 




Faculty/ 117 




William Wood Register(above),Hi'sfory- 
B.A., The University of the South; M.A., 
Ph.D.. Brown University. Faculty since!992. 



Susan Ridyard(above),Hiifory. B.A., M.A., 
Ph.D., University of Cambridge. Faculty since 
1989. 



Jennifer Wormald(above),///5forv. 

M A., Ph.D., University of Glasgow. 
Visiting Professor. 




Italian 




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John Willis(above), History. B.A., Baylor 
University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Vir- 
ginia. Faculty since 1991. 



Leslie Richardson(right), Italian (Chair). 
B.A., Southwestern at Memphis; M.A., 
University of Virginia; M.A., Middlebury 
College. Faculty since 1978. 




118 /Faculty 



Japanese 



Mathematics and Computer Science 




Ikuko Akiyama(above), Japanese. B.A., 
Keio University. Faculty since 1993. 




Sherwood Ebey(above left). Mathematics Chris Parrish(above right). Mathematics. 

(Chair). B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., B.A., St. Mary's University; M.A.. Ph.D., 

Ph.D., Northwestern University. Faculty University of California, San Diego, 

since 1968. Faculty since 1986. 



'It's so absurd it must be true." 

-Dr. Stephen Puckette 



Catherine Cavagnoro(below), Mathemat- 
ics. B.S., Santa Clara University. Faculty 
sincel993. 



Will Haight( below), Mathematics. B.A., West 
Virginia University; M.S., Georgia Institute of 
Technology. Facuty since 1993. 



William Priestley (below). Mathematics. 
B.A.,The University of the South; M.A., 
Ph.D., Princeton University. Faculty since 
1967. 




Faculty/ 119 



Stephen Puckettet below). Mathematics. B.S. The University of the 
South: M.S., M.A.. Ph.D.. Yale University. Faculty since 1956. 




Clay Ross, Jr.(right), 
Mathematics. B.S., 
Univeristy of Kentucky; 
M.A., Ph.D., University 
of North Carolina. 
Faculty since 1973. 



"Of course 

you'd have 

to be a 

complete 

dumbunny 

to believe 

that." 

-Dr. Gilbert 

Gilchrist 



Music 




Steven Shrader( above ),Music (Chair). B.A., The College of William and Mary; M.M. University of 
Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music; Ph.D.. Northwestern University. Faculty since 1976. 





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Edwin Chapell White(above )Music. B.A 
Emory University; M.F.A., Ph.D., Princeto: 
University. Visiting Professor. 



Kristin Lindley(far \eft),Music. B.S.. M.S 
The Julliard School. Faculty since 1992. 

Robert Delcamp(left),MH.src and Director 
of the University Choir. B.M., M.M., 
University of Cincinnati College-Conserva 
tory of Music; D. Mus., Northwestern 
University. Faculty since 1978. 



120 /Faculty 




Susan Rupert(above),Mt«/c. B.M. University of Cincinnati- David Wilkes(above),A//w/c. B.M., Auburn University; 

Conservatory of Music; M.M., Northwestern University. Faculty M.M., Kent State University. Faculty since 1989. 
since 1978. 

Bran Potter(left), Geology 
(Chair). B.A., Williams 
College; M.S., Ph.D., 

University of Massachu- 
setts. Faculty since 1980. 




" Sorry I'm 
late, but I 
misplaced 
my car. 
-Dr. Bran 
Potter 



Karen Kuers(right), 
Forestry and Geology. 
B.S., Springhill; M.S., 
Texas A & M; Ph.D., 
University of Georgia. 
Faculty since 1994. 




Forestry/Geology/Natural Resources 



Faculty/ 121 




Stephen Shaver(above).G<?o/ogv. B.S., North Carolina State University; Ph.D. 
Stanford University. Faculty since 1987. 



Martin Knoll(below), Geology. B.A., The University 
of the South; Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., University o 
Texas. Faculty since 1993. 





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James Peters(above),Philosophy (Chair). B.A., Northern Illinois 
University; M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University. Faculty since 
1984. 
122 /Faculty 



William Garland(above), Philosophy. B.A., Emory Univer- 
sity; Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University. Faculty since 
1968. 





irry Krasnoff(above),P/2//o^o/?/;.v- B.A., Williams College; Ph.D., The 
hns Hopkins University. Faculty since 1994. 



James Peterman(above), Philosophy. A.B., Kenyon College; M.A. 
Ph.D., Universityof California, Berkeley. Faculty since 1980. 




ancis Hart(above),P/?y5/'cs (Chair). B.S., Manhatten College; M.S., Ph.D., Eric Ellis( above ),Physics. B.S., Ph.D., Syracuse University. Faculty 
racuse University. Faculty sincel967. sincel964. 




Physics 



Douglas Durig(far left). Chemistry and 

Physics. B.A., Ph.D., University of 
South Carolina. Faculty since 1987. 

Charles Pender(left), Physics. B.S.. 
M.A., Ph.D., University of Tennessee. 
Visiting Professor. 



"Dr. Lowe on the second law of 

thermodynamics: 

This is the way the world will end, 

This is the way the world will end, 

This is the way the world will end; 

Not with a bang, but with a whimper 

(-T.S. Eliot)" 



Faculty / 123 



Political Science 




Randolph Peterson( above ). Physics. B. S., M.S 
Ph.D.. University of Tennessee. 
Knoxville. Faculty since 1989. 




Benito Szapirof above), Physics. M.S., Ph.D.. 
University of Buenos Aires. Faculty since 1993. 



Charles Brockettftop \tf\),Political Science 
(Chair). B.A., Whittier College; Ph.D., University 
of North Carolina. Faculty since 1979. 

Gilbert Gilchristt bottom ]efo),Political Science. 
B.A., The University of the South; M.A. , Ph.D.. 
The Johns Hopkins University. Faculty since 1951. 



Elwood Dunn(top right), Political Science. 
B.A., Cuttington College; M.A., Ph.D., The 
American University. Faculty since 1981. 

Gayle McKeen(bottom right),Po/m'ca/ 
Science . B.A., University of Massachusetts; 
M.A., Ph.D., Univeristy of Chicago. Faculty 
since 1994. 



124 /Faculty 




)an Ward( above ),Political Science. B.A., 
uke University; M.A., The Johns Hopkins 
niversity. Faculty since 1976. 



Psychology 



Barclay Ward(above),Po/m'ca/ Science. Scott Wilson(above),Po/m'cfl/ Science. B.A., 

B.A., Hamilton College; M.A., The Johns Oberlin College; M.A., Ph.D., Cornell University. 

Hopkins University; Ph.D., University of Iowa. Faculty since 1994. 
Faculty since 1975. 







^arol Tate(abo\e},Psychology. B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; 
'h.D., North Carolina StateUniversity. Faculty since 1991. 



Charles Peyser(above),Psychology (Chair). B.A., 
Hamilton College; M.A., Ph.D., Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity at Carbondale. Faculty sincel968. 



Faculty / 125 




Timothy Keith-Lucas 

(right). Psychology. 
B.A., Swarthmore 
College M.A., Ph.D.. 
Duke University. Faculty 
since 1973. 



"I started 
liking my- 
self when I 
realized that 
there's no 
future in 
being 
logical." 
-Dr. Keith- 
Lucas 




Nicole Barenbaum( above). Psychology. B.A., 
Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Boston Univer- 
sity. Faculty since 1990. 

Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler(below), Psychology. 
B.A., Wake Forest; M.A., Ph.D., North Carolina 
State University. Faculty since 1993. 



Religion 




"If you think 
you're going to 
come out of this 
class with any- 
thing practical 
at all, drop the 
class." 

-Dr. Carden on 
Religion 316, The 
Mystical Way 



Larry Carden(left), Religion (Chair). B.A.. 
DePauw University; B.D., Yale University; 
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. Faculty since 
1982. 



126 /Faculty 




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lerald Smith(above) ,Religion. B.A., University of Richmond; B.D., 
h.D., Duke University. Faculty since 1969. 

[erbert Wentz(top right),Religion. B.A., University of North Carolina; 
.T.B., The General Theological Seminary; M.A., University of Oxford; 
h.D., University of Exeter. 



"The Kingdom of God is like Party Weekend. The 
fullness of it reaches back into the present and 
begins to corrupt you on Tuesday evening." 

-Dr. Wentz 





Corrie Norman(abo\e),Religion. Griseur(above), Religion. B.A., 

A.B., Florida State University; Groshen College; M.Div. Harvard 

M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School; Divinity School; Th.D., Harvard 

Th.D. Harvard University. University. Faculty since 1994. 



Faculty since 1994. 



"Jesus was a 
really great guy, 
but he didn't 
publish much." 
-Dr. Norman 



Mark Preslar(bottom left), 
Russian. B.A., Arizona State 
University; M.A., University 
of Arizona; A.B.D., Univer- 
sity of Washington. Faculty 
since 1971. 






Russian 




David Lumpkins( right ).Russ ian (Chair). B.A., Univer- 
sity o f Tennessee; M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. 
Faculty since 1968. 



Faculty / 127 



Spanish 





Thomas Spaccarelli(top left),Spanish (Chair). 
Diploma de Estudios Hispanicos, Universidad 
de Granada; A.B., University of Illinois at 
Chicago Circle; M.A., Ph.D., University of 
Wisconsin. Faculty since 1974. 

Maria Natal(top center) ,Spanish. Bachiller, 
Universidad de Sevilla; M.A., University of 
Texas, Ph.D., University of Florida. Faculty 
since 1986. 

Antonio Mompletftop right),Spanish. Ph.D., 
Madrid Universidad complutance de Madrid. 
Visiting Professor. 





Eric Naylor with colleagues(bottom right), Spanish and Medieval Studies. B.A., The University of Margaret Bonds(bottom right), Spanish. B.A 
the South; M.A., Ph.D. .University of Wisconsin. Faculty since 1962. University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; M.A. 

Ph.D., University of Maryland. Faculty since 
1980. 
128 /Faculty 



Theatre 




Dan Backland(below),7y;ec/fre. B.S., Bradley 
University; M.F.A., North Carolina School of the 
Arts. Faculty since 1989. 



"What do 
you mean 
you can't 
think of any 
good charac- 
ters? Just 
look around 
here at the 
Faculty." 
-Dr. 

Backland on 
Theatre 101 
play writing 




tin Piccard(above), Theatre. B.A., M.F.A., Florida 
ite University. Faculty since 1978. 



David Landon( above), Theatre. B.A., Harvard 
College; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. Faculty since 
1974. 




;te Smith(above),772eafre (Chair). B.A., College of the Holy Cross; 
.A., M.F.A., Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University. Faculty since 
•82. 



Phoebe Pear\gen{above), Theatre. B.A., Birmingham-Southern College; 
M.F.A., Southern Methodist University. Faculty since 1987. 

Faculty / 129 




Joel Welsh( above ),Director ofSewanee 
Outing Program. 




Lisa Manley(above),D('recror of 
Student Activities. 



Paul Engsberg( below ),Registrar. 



Not Pictured 



Scott Torreano, Forestry. B.S., Michigan 
Technology University, M.S., North 
Carolina State University; Ph.D., University 
of Georgia. 

Marcia Clarkson, Computer Science B.S., 
William Smith College. 

Laura Whipple, Music. B.M., MM., 
Eastman School of Music. 

George Core, English. B.A., M.A., 
Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., University of 
North Carolina. 



Russ Vandermaas-Peeler(below),D/r<?c?or of Student 
Housing. B.A., Marshall University; M.S., North 
Carolina State University. 



Bill Barry(above),DiVecfor of the Fowler 
Center. 




Cliff Afton(above),D/rec?or of Physical 
Education. B.S., Western Michigan 
University; M.S., University of Tennessee, 
Knoxville. 





Mary Sue Cushman(above), Teacher 
Education (Chair). A.B., Wellesley 
College; Ed.M., Harvard University. 



130 /Faculty 



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Faculty / 131 








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Bishop Duncan Gray 
Chancellor of the University 

The Reverend Thomas R. Ward, Jr. 
University Chaplain 

The Reverend Annwn H. Myers 
Associate University Chaplain 

The Reverend Christopher Bryan 
Priest Associate 

Dr. Robert G. Delcamp 
University Organist and Choirmaster 

Douglas O'Neill 
Assistant University Organist 

S. Dixon Myers 
Coordinator of Outreach Ministries 

D. Wallace Adams 
Lay Chaplain 

Roslyn C. Weaver 
Office Administrator 

Karen S. Keele 
Assistant to the Staff 

Assisting Seminarians 




134 /Organizations 




THE SACRISTANS' GUILD 

The All Saints' Chapel Sacristans' Guild was established to assist the clergy in their preparation for all services of worship held in All 
Saints' Chapel. Nominated by out-going seniors each Spring, newly elected Sacristan Candidates enter a semester long period of training and 
are usually inducted into the Guild the following Fall. The role of Sacristan is best observed on Sundays during the school year, at the famous 
Festival Service of Lessons and Carols each Advent, and during Holy Week in the Spring. 

Members (left to right): Paul Randall, Cameron Graham, Julia Norwood, Laurel Murchison, Christine Keating, Tom Poyner, David Young, 
Elizabeth Sherwood, David Frazelle, Annwn Myers (Advisor), C atherine Traywick, Carlyle Knox, Wallace Adams. Not pictured: Julian 
McKimmon, Katherine Inge. 




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ACOLYTES 

Acolytes aid in both daily and Sunday Chapel services. All 
interested students are welcome to participate. 

Members: (L to R) David Howard, Robert Hollo way, Madeline 
Johnson, Wallace Adams (Trainer), Caroline Smith, Andrew Israel, 
Ramsey Moss, Jamie McGregor, Abi White, Evonne Marler, Chris- 
tian Setzer, Sara Smith, Amy Swepston, Kevin Sparrow. Not 
Picrured:Douglass Adair, Liz Archer, Bill Baker, Polly Bass, 
Liz Bull, Erwin Byrd, Chris Cudabec, Kristina Erlewine, Kelly 
Grey, Jennifer Hamilton, Willy Haselden, Elizabeth Irwin, Sean 
Jecko, Lauren Keith, Kelli Lassiter, Belle Little, Vaiden McElwee, 
Stephanie Mitchell, J. Andrew Moreman, Ashley Neal, Errett Neil, 
Alice Odom, Margaret Parsell, Grove Parsons, Caroline Powell, 
Bedford Vickers, Rob Whisenant. 



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THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR 

The University Choir is first and foremost a Chapel choir. The group sings every Sunday for the University service in All Saints' Chapel, 
and also offers an Evensong service on the first Sunday of the month. The choir performs three services of Lessons and Carols during Advent 
semester, and a major work late in the Easter semester. The choir has also been involved in tours to England, and around the United States. 

Members (L to R): (1) Burnie Rogers (Bass Section Leader), Sarah Miers (Soprano Section Leader), Dale Carter (Tenor Section Leader), 
Christiana Holyer (Alto SectionLeader), Christina Vial (President), Margaret Buchanan (Vice President), Patrick Comer (Secretary), Suzanne 
Eastridge, Allison McGlothin.Una Hall (2) Stephanie Perry, Beth Monkman, Theresa Hartley , Karen Jacks, Jeanette Warren, Christine Allnut, 
Rachel Hildebrandt, Elizabeth Byrd, Katie Murdock, Gretchen Roberts.Cathy Rafferty, Mary Rossi, Jennifer Fuqua, Marian Gannaway, Jan 
Garrison, Rev. Annwn Myers, Elizabeth Bowlin, Amy Jo Perigo (3) Beth Mozier, Rachel McMillen, Ansley Tullos, Elizabeth Fitch, Misty 
Maib. Abigail Johnson, Elizabeth Olson, Katherine Kellogg, Eliza Fisher, Lisa Ackerman, Claire Lambert, Catherine Harrison, Katie Edwards, 
Catherine Salmon, Kristen Shelton, Lucie Ewing, Elizabeth Arial, Becky Estes, Alice Sneary, Sarah Martins, Jennifer Armstrong, Erin 
Grossman, Carrie Miller, Doug O'Neill, Andy Peuler, Abby Blackwell, (4) Dr. Robert Delcamp, Rev. Tom Ward, Eric Marsland, Rev. Christo- 
pher Bryan, Chris Hammond, Jason Abel, David Kern, Guy Cooper, Will Christie, Ben Carlisle, Ryan Mason, Walton Comer, Preston 
Shaffer,Holmes Paschall, James Acken, Josh Varner. Not pictured: Anne Shoemake, Matthew Cathy, Larry Cook, Robert Holloway, Ashley 
Owen, Dan Rigazzi, Susan Carrison. 



YOUNGLIFE 

YoungLife is a nationwide Ecumenical ministry dedicated to meeting high school students "on their own turf" and building strong 
relationships through which the Gospel may be communicated. The Sewanee chapter is made up of college students with support 
from families in the Seminary and University Community. The chapter also has strong contacts with the Chattanooga Area Chapter 
and the National organization. 

Leaders: Michael Jarrett, Brooke Vaughn, Paul Randall, Julian Bibb, Rachel Carlson, Presh Killebrew, Mallory Dimmitt, Susan 
Carrison, Anne Spear, Missy Bennett, Tricia Mashburn, Kimberly Fellman, Louie Caputo, Scott Womack, Liz Ellington, Mica 
O'Brian, Erin Hanni, Josh Reams, Bert Emerson. 



136 /Organizations 




THE CANTERBURY GROUP 

The Canterbury Group recognizes the validity and integrity of existing 
Christian groups at Sewanee and its goal is to seek increased awareness of 
the Anglican understanding of the Christian faith. Weekly meetings range 
from games, movies, and discussions to ice skating. Annual traditions in- 
clude a Eucharist and cookout at the cross and Advent tree decorating party. 

The Canterbury Steering Committee: (L to R) Abi White, Sarah Miers 
(Convener), Stacey Thompkins, Paul Randall, Elizabeth Sherwood. Not 
pictured: Catherine Christy. 




MATRONS: (L to R)(l) Walli Stevens (Johnson), Anita Anderson (Gorgas) 
Dorothy Easley (Benedict) (2) Patricia Jackson (Quintard), Ruth Strassburg 
(Trezevant), Anne Smith (Elliott), Doretha Fowlkes (Tuckaway) (3) Jan 
Drake-Lowther (Courts), Mary Marcia Cook (McCrady), Olwyn Souter 
(Gailor), Janet Gairhan (Canon). 




CARRILLONEURS 

The Carrilloneurs provide music every Sunday following 
the University service, special recitals, as well as providing 
Sunday afternoon concerts that can be heard throughout 
central campus. 

Members: (L to R): Jessica Fletchall, L. H. Whipple 
(Instructor), Greg Bautista, Megan Montgomery, Nancy 
Beth Spencer. 



COMMUNITY BUILDING COMMUNITY 

Community Building Community is an organization 
of undergraduate students, community members, Semi- 
narians, and University faculty who volunteer their time 
and skills with unmeasured energy into renovation and 
repair of low income homes in the Sewanee community. 
All of the services rendered are performed without charge. 

Members: Jenny Johnson (President), Anne Jones 
(Secretary/Treasurer), David Burger, Stephanie Mitchell, 
Kelly Ramke, Sarah Wheeless, Carolina Lugo, Lindsley 
Wellborn, Chandre Sergent, Wendy Orlow, Presh 
Killebrew, Catherine Coleman, Heidi Hays, Mary Beth 
Teague, Jeremy Larance, Karen Jacks, Bonnie Smith, 
Katherine Christy, Becky Estes, Katherine Kellogg, 
Vaiden McElwee, Castlen Tindall, Lisa Akerman. 




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ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL OUTREACH MINISTRIES 



All Saints' Chapel Outreach Ministries is 
a program designed to involve students in the 
challenging effort of helping and serving 
others, and then reflecting on those experi- 
ences. 

Components of this Outreach program 
include Appalachia Housing Projects where 
students aid in the building and refurbishing 
of homes in this region. Break trips take the 
participants to serve in locations such as 
Kingston. Jamaica. Navajoland, New Mexico, 
San Pedro Sula. Honduras and the inner city 
of New Orleans. Louisiana. 

Each of us strive to leave something 
behind in these places, while we leave forever 
changed by that which we have learned. 



SAN PEDRO SULA, 


HONDURAS 


Ed Flowers 


STAFF: 


Matthew Mebane 


Cecilia Bogran 


Caroline Smith 


Cheri Peters 


Leah Smith 


Jim Peters 


Alice Sneary 


Nathaniel Peters 


Catherine Wiesener 




Derry Wilkins 




Laura Wylie 





KINGSTON, JAMAICA 

JJkuko Akiyama 
Maryetta Anschutz 
Lee Boyd 

Margaret Buchanan 
Kristina Erlewine 
Dave Frazelle 
Heidi Hayes 
Sean Jecko 
Merritt Kinder 
Maria Marcum 
Grove Parsons 
J. J. Pfeil 
Tom Poyner 
Rob Rhoden 
Lillian Rice 
Dan Rigazzi 
Chad Robbins 
Nikki Robertson 
Rob Sanford 
Jama Shelton 
Hadley Simmonds 
Jason Smith 
Janie Taylor 
Celeste Unsworth 
Josh Varner 
Abi White 

STAFF: 

Pradip Malde 
Lisa Manley 
Bill Mauzy 
Dixon Myers 
Randy Odle 



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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 

Missy Bennett 
Rachel Carlson 
Susan Carrison 
Mallory Dimmitt 
Nathan Ewer 
Kelly Grey 
Una Hall 
Chris Hammond 
Robert Holloway 
Christiana Holyer 
Presh Killebrew 
Kelli Lassiter 
Stephanie Mitchell 
Melissa Riley 
Anne Spear 
Bedford Vickers 
STAFF: 
Al Zadig 
Wallace Adams 



NAVAJOLAND, NEW MEXICO 

Jennie Akins 
Hope Atmore 
Millie Flournoy 
Stephanie Gilbert 
Holly Hacker 
Jennifer Ison 
Maggie Kizer 
Alithia Little 
Tricia Mashburn 
Paul Morris 
Wendy Orlow 
Jesse Pursley 
David Rugge 
Collins Smith 
Lyle Tenpenny 

STAFF: 

Bryan Murphy 
Julie Murphy 



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HONOR COUNCIL 

(L to R) (1) Jake Abernathy, Susie Anderson, Trey Sturtevant (Vice-Chair),Kyle 
Sclafani (Secretary), Julian Bibb, (2) Cotton Bryan (Chair), Ivan Kozak, Joe 
Underwood, Will Merritt, Campbell Bourland. 




STUDENT LIFE CABINET 

Dean Robert W. Pearigen 

Dean Lee B. Guerry 

Lisa Manley 

Joel Welsh 

Russ Vandermaas-Peeler 

Eric Benjamin 

Julie Murphy 

Caren Rosser 

Anne Sitz 

Reverend Tom Ward 

Reverend Annwn Myers 




DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE 

(LtoR):(l)ChanMuller 
(Chairman), Karen Haley 
(Assistant Chairman), 
Cameron Graham, 
J. Q., Freeman. 
(2) Scott Branting, 
Kathyrn Ingram (Secre- 
tary), Jaret Pfluger, Sikes 
Ragan. Not Pictured: Paula 
Sereebutra. 



STUDENT ASSEMBLY 

The Assembly represents student opinion and makes recommendations to the faculty and administration through the 
Deans. The Assembly legislates in matters of student affairs, subject to ratification by the faculty and administration, and it 
recommends to the Deans of Students and the Provost the allocation of student activity funds. 

Hunter Connelly (Speaker), Helen Boehm(Treasurer), Frances Lumpkin (Secretary). 

Class representatives : Senior Class: Scotty Scott; Junior class: Chris Rainey, Brooke Vaughn, Rob Rhoden; Sopho- 
more class: Jeanne Porter, Christy Beasley, Jennie Sutton; Freshman class: Angela Ward, Kiki Reese. 

Dorm representatives : J. J. Pfeil (Johnson), Bedford Vickers (Johnson), David Simpson (Cannon), Ed Flowers (Can- 
non), Karen Haley (Quintard), Scarlett Elliott (Quintard), Jaret Pfluger (Benedict), Shann Williams (Benedict), Bobby 
Mosca (Benedict), Emily Allenburger (Benedict), Vaiden McElwee (Hunter), Jennifer Armstrong (Hunter), Jason Pittman 
(McCrady), Katie Greene (McCrady), Sean O'Quinn (McCrady), Felysha Jenkins (McCrady), Matt Laney (Gailor), Luke 
Schrader (Gailor), Ivan Kozak (Gailor), Bob Jackson (Gailor), Julian Bibb (Courts), Cynthia Norman (Courts), Alice Grey 
Odom (Courts), Kathryn Ingram (Courts), Paula Sereebutra (Hoffman), Cynthia Lyons (Hoffman), Jeff Peters (Tuckaway), 
Kate Shealy (Cleveland), Lisa Akerman (Cleveland), Pat Bowen (Trezevant), Michael Sansbury (Trezevant), Craig 
Wardlaw (Trezevant), James Baker (Trezevant), Scott Phillips (Trezevant). 

Other students : Cathy Rafferty, Greg Bautista, Seth Eaker, Mary Adams, Shannon Smith, Mary Talbot, Darron Busbee, 
Reggie Ramsey, Matt Hunter, Matt Stiles. 



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THE ORDER OF GOWNSMEN 

The Order of Gownsmen is made up of students who have achieved the required grade-point average and are entitled to 
wear the academic gown. The order advises the Student Assembly and strives to promote and maintain the spirit, tradition, 
and ideals of the University. The body has legislative influence through its appointment power to student and faculty 
committees and its ability to investigate any concerns of the student body. 

Members: Jason Abel, Jake Abernathy, James Acken, Ashley Aiken, Lisa Akerman, Carol Akins, Ikuko Akiyama, 
Chance Algar. Rinne Allen, Monte Alves, Lizzie Anderson, Elizabeth Ariail, Aidan Arney, Jason Balogh, Steve Barden, 
Kostadin Basamakov. Amanda Basham, Susan Baskett, Nicholas Beasley, Leigh Behrens, Allison Bell, Celena Benjamin, 
Ariel Bennett, Hannah Bennett, Andrew Benson, Beau Bethea, Julian Bibb, Courtney Birch, Valerie Blanks, Helen Boehm, 
Thomas Booker (SOT), Scott Boring, Matt Boucher, George Bowers, John Boyd, Scott Branting, Dan Brooks, Alex 
Brown. Claiborne Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Greer Brown, Allyson Brownlee, Cotton Bryan, Ama Bryson, Brooke 
Buchanan. Margaret Buchanan, Liz Bull, Chris Cairns, Chris Campbell, Jane Campbell, Ben Carlisle, Catherine Carruthers, 
Katherine Cashman, Catherine Christie, Abbey Christman, Katherine Christy, Carter Clements, Keith Coates, Lee Cole, 
Anna Collins, Doug Combs, Patrick Comer, Hunter Connelly, Amanda Cook, Heather Cook, Mike Cooke, Drew Corbett, 
Hillary Covington, Skyler Covington, Ben Crawford, Jennifer Crook, Sarah Cross, Timothy Dargan, Molly Davis, Tom 
Dees, Lindsey Delaplaine, Kate Depew, Bond Dillard, Pete Dillon, Claire Drummond, Evans Dunwoody, Seth Eaker, 
Suzanne Eastridge, Branan Edgens, Bryan Eklund, Roe Elam, Scarlett Elliott, Drew Ellis, Chris Elwell, Kristina Erlewine, 
Maggie Erwin, Kathy Gale Estes, Nikki Etheridge. Gina Everetts, Lucie Ewing, Richard Faw, Eliza Fisher, Elizabeth Fitch, 
Fletch Fletcher, Elizabeth Foss, Tara Frankel, Dave Frazelle, Branan Freeman, Saskia Galbraith, Beth Galligan, Clark 
Gallivan, Georganne Garzon, Kimberly Gay, Maggie Giel, J. P. Given, Dode Gladders,Camille Gleaton, Perry Gooch, 
Cameron Graham, Alison Grand, Hays Green, Robbie Griffith, Ken Grimes, Cathy Gross, Holly Hacker, Trey Hackney, 
Karen Haley, David Hall, Lee Hamilton, Jennifer Hamilton, Eric Harrell, Mary Carol Harris, Lebby Harrison, Max Hart, 
Caroline Hartley, Kim Harvin, Willy Haselden, Winslow HastieAmy Hawkins, Katherine Hawethorne, Heidi Hays, Ryan 
Healan, Parakrama Herath, Cathy Herrmann, Elizabeth Hesselink, Kevin Hiers, Gaby Hill, Yvonne Hill, Celia Holland, 
Christiana Holyer, K. C. Home, Dave Howard, Laurie Howell, Rob Howell, Steven Howell, Walter Hubbell, Ivar Hultin, 
Brad Hunter, Matt Hunter, Kristin Ialacci, Kathryn Ingram, Elizabeth Irwin, Uzair Ismail, Andrew Israel, Charles Israel, 
Karen Jacks, Megan Jackson, Robert Jackson, Stephen Jackson, Michael Jarrett, Sean Jecko, Weina Jiang, Jenny Johnson, 
Natasha Johnson, Chris Johnson, Talman Johnson, Keith Johnston, Bums Jones,Carlotta Jones, Kathleen Jones, Trey Jones, 
Brian Joyner. Page Kalish, Christine Keating, Christopher Keefer, Sammi Kell, Katherine Kellogg, Jay Kelly ,Melissa 
Kennedy, David Kem, Carlyle Knox, Chase Kopecky, Ivan Kozak, Sissy Kuhlke, Shamala Kumar, Valerie Kuthe, 
Alexandra Kutz, Allison Lamb, Matt Laney, Harvey Lardin, Kelli Lassiter, Gretel Leslie, Jennifer Leveridge, Frederick 
Lewis, Julia Lindyberg, Robert Lominack, Gibson Lott, Susanna Lowrey, Matt Lugar, Frances Lumpkin, Jason Luna. 
Quingshan Luo, Katherine Mahon, Barbara Major, Maria Marcum, Nicole Maris, Evonne Marler, Tuck Marshall, Eric 
Marsland, Dave Mason, Ryan Mason. Sally McClatchy, Ryan McConnell, Charles McCorquodale, Mercedes McDaniel, 
Vaiden McElwee, Jenn McGee, Anne McGinn, Allison McGlothin, Preston McKee, Kelley McLeod, Kirstin McMillan, 
Catherine McNeese, Jonathan Meiburg, Will Merritt, Jana Mestecky, Sarah Miers, Adam Miller, Keith Minnifield, Jeff 
Mitchell, Megan Montgomery, Chris Morris, Brian Morrow, Anson Mount, Laurel Murchison, Katie Murdock, Sarah 
Musselman, Wes Myers, Ashley Neal, Fritz Newiger, My-Kahnh Nguyen, Scott Noland, Sean O'Quinn, Eric Ochel, Randy 
Odle, Ashley Owens, David Padilla, Jefferson Parker, Grove Parsons, Jim Patterson, Stacy Patton, Amy Pecquet, Stephanie 
Perry, Cynthia Petesch (Secretary), Jennifer Pfeil, Jaret Pfluger, David Phelps, Chris Phillips, Lori Phillips, Bridgette 
Plowman, John Pollock (SOT), Greg Pond, Brandi Poole, Josh Poole, Amy Powell, Caroline Powell, Tom Poyner, Cathy 
Rafferty, Sikes Ragan, Paul Randall, Rob Rhoden, Lillian Rice, Daniel Richards, Heathcliff Rico, Jeff Ridner, Rachel 
Riemer. Dan Rigazzi, David Roark, Chad Robbins, Burnie Rogers, Tyler Roper, Mary Rossi, Brian Rushing, Alexander 
Ryan, Stephen Salmon, Franklin Sames, Tania Samman, Asitha Sandanayake, Rob Sanford, Craig Schmidt, Luke Shrader, 
Kyle Sclafani, Art Scomavacca, Nena Scott, Paula Sereebutra, Malcolm Sewell, Emily Shealy, Anne Shoemake, Angela 
Sitz, Katherine Slingluff, Dusty Smith, Heather Smith, Jason Smith, Sara Smith, May Smythe, Alice Sneary, Traci 
Solomon, John Sonfield, Justin Sonfield, Nikki Songy, Kevin Sparrow, Missy Speights, Nancy Beth Spencer, Grayson 
Splane, Seth Spoelman, Emily Sprouse, Benji Stevenson, Leslie Stidham, Jim Stoltz, Roger Stott, Jack Strifling, Dick 
Strong, Trey Sturtevant (President), Jeddie Suddeth, Missy Sumerel, Jennie Sutton, Mary Adams Tartt, Robin Taylor, Mary 
Beth Teague, Charles Temple, Lyle Tenpenny, Michael Terrell, Jenny Thacker, Amy Thompson, Chris Thompson, Dave 
Thompson, Camille Thompson, Stacey Tompkins, Jordana Tonn, Katherine Toole, Catherine Tray wick, Brett Trotter, 
Avery Tucker, David Tudor, Sarah Tuton, Joe Underwood, Celeste Unsworth, Margaret Upchurch, Hampton Uzzelle, Dana 
Van Camp, Amanda Vance, Serens Vann, Josh Vamer, Brooke Vaughan, Tyler Vaughey, Chriatina Vial, Beth Vickers, 
Duncan Vinson, Dave Waddell, Leslie Walker, Tija Ward, Dallon Weathers, Nat West, Cathy White, Farrell White, Quisha 
White, Andrew Williams.Chris Willett, Lee Williams, Ray Williams, Lee Willis, Jenny Wolfram, Jennifer Wood, Artricia 
Woods, Laura Wylie, David Young, Trent Zivkovich. 



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PROCTORS 

Proctors are the liasons 
between the administration 
and students. Proctors are 
in charge of their residence 
hall as well as its residents. 
They maintain dorm 
regulations, keep quiet 
hours in effect, help with 
roommate problems, order 
those beloved dorm break- 
fasts, keep us safe, leave 
blinkies, and have fun too 
(when not on dorm duty). 

Head Proctors: 
Elizabeth Ariail 
Eric Harrell 

Leigh Behrens (Quintard) 
Cotton Bryan (Tuckaway) 
Katherine Christy 
(McCrady) 

Jennifer Crook (Quintard) 
Tom Dees (Cannon) 
Pete Dillon (Trezevant) 
Fletch Fletcher (St. Luke's) 
Hays Green (Tuckaway) 
Christiana Holyer 
(Cleveland) 
Matt Hunter (Elliott) 
Michael Jarrett (McCrady) 
Natasha Johnson (Gorgas) 
Sami Kell (Phillips) 
Carlyle Knox (Elliott) 
Julie Lindyberg (Benedict) 
Jennifer McGee (Hunter) 
Ryan Mason (Gailor) 
Sarah Miers (Hoffman) 
Ashley Neal (Johnson) 
Brigette Plowman (Gorgas) 
Josh Poole (Benedict) 
Cathy Rafferty (Cleveland) 
Sikes Ragan (Courts) 
Paul Randall (Trezevant) 
Kyle Sclafani (Quintard) 
Sara Smith (Gorgas) 
Roger Stott (Quintard) 
Joe Underwood (McCrady) 
Brooke Vaughan (Courts) 
David Young (Gailor) 




OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Omicron Delta Kappa is the National Leadership Honor Society that recognizes and 
encourages superior scholarship, leadership, and exemplary character. Omicron Delta Kappa 
was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University Lexington, Virginia and the Alpha 
Alpha Circle of ODK at Sewanee, Tennessee was installed in 1929. 

Members: (L to R) (1) Cathy Rafferty, Elizabeth Hesselink, J. J. Pfeil, Amy Thompson (2) 
Jennifer Wood, Kristina Erlewine, Pete Dillon, Cameron Graham, Anne McGinn, Asitha 
Sandanayake, Jenny Johnson, Sarah Miers, Robert Lominack (President) (3)Tom Kepple. Rob 
Rhoden, Burns Jones, Charles Israel, Katherine Christy, Kevin Hiers, Cotton Bryan, Randy 
Odle, Paul Randall, Lisa Akerman (4) Kevin West, Kim Heitzenrater, Dean Rob Pearigen, 
Julie Curd, Dawn White, Dean Lee Guerry (5) Dr. Brown Patterson, Dr. Charles Brockett, Dr. 
Bruce Conn, Dr. Ansel Shaip. Not pictured: Elizabeth Ariail, Matt Boucher, Mary Rossi, 
Stowe Ruff. Andria Warren, Beth Harris, Dr. Henry Arnold, Dr.Charles Binniker, Ed Camp, 
Dr, Fred Croom, Dr. Bill Garland, Dr. Gilbert Gilchrist, Dr. Anita Goodstein, Dean Bob 
Keele, Dr. William Register, Phoebe Pearigen, Dr. Charles Perry, Dr. Stephen Puckette, Dr. 
Doug Seiters, Dr. Gerald Smith,Dr. Harry Yeatman, Major McCollough, Dr. Pat Gibson. 



ETA SIGMA PHI 

Eta Sigma Phi, the Sewanee chapter of 
the National Classics Honor Society, 
helps students gain an appreciation for the 
classics through guest lecturers, museum 
visits and get togethers. 
Members: 

Claiborne Wood Brown 
Benjamin Todd Crawford 
Christopher George Cudabec 
Mary Grace Gibbs DuPree 
John Andrew Ellis 
Lorena Deanese Freeman 
Berkeley Haynsworth Little 
Robert Edward Lominack 
Jon Frederick Newiger 
Harris Frederick Powers III 
Dr. Charles M. Binniker 
Dr. William S. Bonds 
Dr. Susan J. Ridyard 
Dr. J. Douglas Seiters 



PI SIGMA ALPHA 

The Gamma Sigma Chapter of Pi Sigma 
Alpha of the National Political Science 
Honor Society (established at Sewanee in 
1958), seeks to stimulate productive scholar- 
ship and an intelligent interest in government. 

Members: 

Jenny Johnson (President) 

Clai Brown (Secretary /Treasurer) 

Keith Coates 

Jennifer Hamilton 

Robert Lominack 

Sarah Miers 

David Padilla 

Kristina Erlewine 

Brad Mall 

Lillian Rice 

Kawanna Reese 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 

Phi Beta Kappa. National Honor Society, recognizes high academic achievement and seeks to foster the spirit of active scholarship. Its 
members are encouraged to assume leadership in student affairs. Election to Phi Beta Kappa is perhaps the most prized honor a college 
student can receive. Phi Beta Kappa was founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary. It is the oldest fraternity in the United States. 
The Sewanee Chapter. Beta of Tennessee, was established in 1926. 

Student members: Ikuko Akiyama, Elizabeth Ariail, Helen Boehm, Jane Campbell, Katherine Cashman, Kristina Erlewine, Jennifer 
Hamilton, Mary Carol Harris,Elizabefh Hesselink, Kevin Hiers, Megan Jackson, Weina Jiang, Jenny Johnson, Kathleen Jones, Trey Jones, 
Robert Lominack, Quingshan Luo, Allison McGlothin, Sarah Miers, Gene Moss, David Padilla, Jefferson Parker, Jennifer Pfeil, Kawanna 
Reese, Lillian Rice, David Roark, Mary Rossi, Asitha Sandanayake, Amy Thompson. Jordanna Tonn, Kevin West, Jennifer Wood. 

Faculty members: Dr. Henry Arnold, Dr. Charles Binnicker, Frances Calder, Dr. Larry Carden, Arthur B.Chitty, Elizabeth Chitty, Dr. 
James Clayton, Dr. Fred Croom, Dr. Henrietta Croom, Dr. Bill Garland, John Gessell, Dr. Gilbert Gilchrist, Dr. Anita Goodstein, Dr. Robert 
Gottfried. Elizabeth Grammer, Rev. Bob Hughes, Dr. Jerry Ingles, Dr. Larry Jones, Dr. Dennis Kezar, Dr. Andrew Lytle, Rev.Guy Fitch 
Lytle HI, Dr. Eric Naylor. Dr. Robert Lancaster, Dr. Pam Macfie, Dr. Corrie Norman, Dr. Brown Patterson, Phoebe Pearigen, Dean Robert 
Pearigen, Dr. Charles Perry, Dr. James Peterman, Dr. William Priestly, Dr. Stephen Puckette, Dr. Laurie Ramsey, Dr. Clay Ross, John 
Siewert, Joan Ward, Rev. Tom Ward, Gene Watson, Dr. Herbert Wentz, Dawn White, Vice-Chancellor Sam Williamson, Dr. Harry 
Yeatman. 




SIGMA PI SIGMA 

Sigma Pi Sigma, the only National 
Physics Honor Society, was established 
in 1958. The chapter receives into 
membership physics students and a 
limited number from closely related 
fields when such students attain high 
standards of scholarship, professional 
merit and academic distinction. 

Members: 

George Bowers 

Katherine Hawthorne 

Parakrama Herath 

Uzair Ismail 

Andrew Israel 

Jeff Mitchell 

Rachel Riemer 

Asitha Sandanayake 

Camille Thompson 

Jason Vinton 
Advisor: 

Dr. Eric Ellis 



PSI CHI 

Psi Chi, the only National Psychology 
Honor Society, was established in Sewanee in 
1992. The chapter receives those maintaining 
a specified grade-point average both within 
the field of Psychology as well as the cumula- 
tive grade-point average. The chapter spon- 
sors guest speakers, works with National 
programs, and encorages growth within the 
professional field of psychology. 

Student Members: 

Stephen Barden, Amanda Basham, 
Celena Benjamin, Laura Brown, Patrice 
Cohoon, Jody Daily, Dode Gladders, Robbie 
Griffith, Eric Harrell, Matt Laney, Jason Luna 
Eric Ochel, J. J. Pfeil (Vice President/ 
Secretary), Heathcliff Rico, Angela Sitz, 
Jason Smith (Treasurer). Leslie Stidham, 
Artricia Woods (President). 

Faculty Members: 

Dr. Nicole Barenbaum, Dr. Tim Keith- 
Lucas, Dr. Charles Peyser, Dr. Mauureen 
Vandermaas-Peeler, Dr. Carol Tate (Advisor). 



SIGMA DELTA PI 

Sigma Delta Pi is the National Spanish 
Honor Society. The Kappa Chapter was 
chartered at Sewanee in 1978. Members 
are elected on the basis of scholastic 
merit and interest in Hispanic culture. 

Student Members: 

Aidan Arney, Ariel Bennett, Cecilia 
Bogran, Bill Bowie, Steven Bruce, Louie 
Caputo, Scarlett Elliott, Mike Fulkerson, 
Lee Hamilton, Rob Howell, Ivan Kozak, 
Susanna Lowrey, Catherine McNeese, 
Jeff Mitchell, Ashley Owen, David 
Padilla, Jessica Rentz, Rob Sanford, 
Dusty Smith, John Thomas, Camille 
Thompson, Kevin West. 

Faculty Members: 

Dr. Margaret Bonds, Marilyn 
Davidheiser, Dr. Jerry Ingles, Dr. 
Antonio Momplet, Dr. Maria Natal, Dr. 
Eric Naylor, Steven Rinck, Dr. Thomas 
Spaccarelli, William Temple, Dr. Charles 
Brockett, Dr. Robert Gottfried. 




INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL 

Members: Margaret Upchurch (Convener/President), Amy 
Thompson (Vice President), Caroline Powell (Secretary/Trea- 
surer), Alexis Bogner, Julia Norwood, Artricia Woods, Erin 
Wilson, Catherine Carruthers, Maryetta Anschutz, Carden Yeiser, 
Kathy Gale Estes, Bedford Vickers, Holley Monteil, Laura 
Bowles, Jessica Rentz, East Apthorp. 




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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

Members: (L to R) (1) Dr. Carol Tate (Advisor), Artricia Woods, Gaby Hill, Jason Luna (President), Shamala 
Kumar, Laura Brown, Heathcliff Rico, Dr. Nicole Barenbaum (Advisor) (2) Beau Bethea, Eric Ochel, Nate Conover, 
Dr. Tim Keith-Lucas, Sean Jecko, Eric Harrell, Robbie Griffith, Kent Underwood, David Royal. Not pictured: 
Jennifer Armstrong, Steve Barden, Amanda Basham, Celena Benjamin, Elizabeth Bowlin, Sally Brown, Caroline 
Christy, Patrice Cohoon, McCoy Darby, Myranda Davis, Nikki Etheridge, Georganne Garzon, Eliza Goodall, Alison 
Grand, Holly Hadley, Kim Harvin, Jennifer Ison, Natasha Johnson, Grace Jones, Merritt Kinder, Alexandra Kutz, 
Matt Laney, Julia Lynn, Shawn Martin, Sarah Martins, Cal Menzies, Holley Montiel, Nicole Noffsinger, Ashley 
Owen, J. J. Pfeil (Secretary), Betsy Pollett, Sikes Ragan, Terry Readus, Melissa Riley, Emily Shealy, Angela Sitz, 
Jason Smith (Treasurer), Natalie Sparks, Leslie Stidham, Brooke Vaughan, Walker Willse, Kristen Wilson. 




DER DEUTSCHE HAUS 

The German House (left), established in 1978, offers students an 
opportunity to improve their German language skills. Cultural and 
social events sponsored by the House provide an educational atmo- 
sphere for German students and the community. 

Residents: (L to R) Frederick Lewis (A. P. ), Jordana Tonn, Bailey 
Brown III, Dr. James Davidheiser (Advisor), Barbara Clark, Lee 
Williams, Nomzamo Matyumza, Anja Seitz (Resident Director). Not 
pictured: Nicholas Bruner, Tim Snider. 



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LA MAISON FRANQAISE 

The French House, established in 1973, is the campus center for French 
cultural activities. Many of its programs are open to the community who 
share with the eight residents an interest in enhancing their understanding 
of France and in improving their language skills. 

Residents: Sebastian Dubreil (Resident Director), Grove Parsons, 
Melanie Murray, Nathan Ewer, Tom Poyner, Nena Scott, Sarah Thompson, 
PhUlippe Wheelock. 



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THE RUSSIAN HOUSE 

The Russian House provides exposure to all aspects of Russian culture 
and life, and promotes Russian awareness across the Sewanee academic 
community. 

Residents: Svetlana Shapurova (Resident Director), Maria Marcum 
(A. P.), Laura Brown, Max Vielle, Kellam Warren, Carry Yadon, Aaron 
Herbster. 



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SEWANEE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE 

The Sewanee Emergency Medical Service (SEMS) provides first- 
response emergency ambulance service to the 18th Civil District of 
Franklin County. Their region ranges from Clifftops, to the foot of Alto 
road, to the Cowan County line, and to the Alabama State line. The 
service is composed of student and community resident volunteers 
certified as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) by the State of 
Tennessee (following 220 hours of intensive classroom training and 
btesting). The service has weekly practices because the state requires 
continuing education credits for continued certification. 

Members: (L to R) (1) Corey Estes, Sikes Ragan, Will Merritt, Jake 
Abemathy (2) Michael Jarrett, Sian Baranco, Anne Spear, Mica 
O'Brien.Willard Bridges, Ronnie Hoosier, Chip Schane, Campbell 
Bourland, Charles Israel, Cal Menzies, Julie Rosdeutscher, Matthew 
Mebane. Ken Riggs, Katie Greene, Scott Branting, Jason Pittman, 
ChanMuller. 




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The Sewanee Volunteer Fire Department (SVFD) is an 
organization composed of both students and community 
residents who provide fire protection in Sewanee. They are 
also responsible for mountain rescue, assistance to the SEMS, 
and setting up for emergency helicopter landings. 

Student Members: Ryan McConnell (Chief), Trent Zivcovich 
(Assistant Chief). Robert Lominack (Training Officer), Chan 
Richards (Lieutenant), Greg Pond (Lieutenant), Ray Williams 
(Lieutenant). Lee Hamilton, Silas Davenport. Rich Faw. 
Melissa Riley, John Sullivan, Catherine Black, Jeff Swann, 
Hendree Harrison. Matt Groves, Whit Davis. Scott Taylor. 

Community Members: David Green, Doug Cameron. 
Randall Henley, Clea Sherrill, Melvin Morris, Wayne Caldwell, 
Kevin Gilliam, Ronald Hoosier, Speed Baranco, Charlie Smith. 
Patton Watkins, Webster Hamilto, George Stevenson, Steve 
Reas, Will Walker, Rambo. Chip Schane, Martie Hawkins, 
Steven Alvarez, Buddy Hoosier, Willard Bridges. Kevin Dykes, 
Mike Parker, Amy Beth Shelton, Dan Rather. Kim King. 



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BACCHUS 

(left) The Sewanee Bacchus (Boost Alcohol Consciousness 
Concerning the Health of University Students) chapter is a local 
affiliate of a 600 chapter national organization by the same name. 
Both grew out of concern by students, faculty, and staff about 
moderate use of alcohol on campus. The purpose of BACCHUS is 
to encourage responsible drinking behavior within the campus 
community, to work to alleviate problems of alcohol abuse, and to 
educate and inform the students, faculty, and staff on alcohol 
issues, not deter students from drinking. BACCHUS is not a 
temperance or treatment organization rather, it is an educational 
group seeking to teach moderation, responsibility, and personal 
freedom of choice in matters involving alcohol. Locally, 
BACCHUS provides alternative transportation during the week- 
ends for party goers- Affectionately known as the BACCHUS 
mobile. 

Members: Alexis Bogner, Rob Sanford, Tarik Sayed, David 
Royal, Evonne Marler, Gina Everetts, Ariel Bennett. Not pictured: 
Seth Eaker. 





BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

The Baptist Student Union (left) is an organization open to 
students from any denomination with the purpose of furthering 
Christian growth and fellowship. BSU meets weekly for informal 
Bible studies that are lead by a different student volunteer each 
meeting. Members: Celena Benjamin, Amanda Cook, Jody 
Daily, Mary Bertha Godwin, Brandon Harry, Brad Jackson, Gavin 
Kohler, Shawn Martin, Josh Reams, Nancy Beth Spencer, Tiffany 
Tant, Shanna Thompson, Erin Wilson, Nicole Glover, Kent 
Underwood, Scott Womack, Meridith Arthur, LeAnn Foss, Leigh 
Anne Peace, Valerie Kuthe, Ian Brauner, Fritz Newiger, Laura 
Ross, Bret Alexander, Jessica Fletchall, Gretchen Roberts, Job 
Seese, Mary Beth Donaldson, Rob Rhoden, Christopher Murray, 
Anthony Jones, Ginger Baily, David Royal. 



BISHOP'S COMMON PROGRAM BOARD 

The B. C. Board provides, stimulates, and promotes a well-balanced 
variety of social, recreational, entertainment, and educational programs 
for the students of the University. 

Members: Jack Strifling (President), Monte Alves (Vice President), 
John Boyd (secretary), Virginia Chaplin (Secretary), Sikes Ragan 
(Treasurer), Taylor Bickerstaff, Charles McCorquodale, Porter Barron, 
Carroll Williamson, Preston McKee, Harris Powers, Jay Kelley, Jeddie 
Suddeth, Chandler Collins, Will Belford, Michael Terrell, Jane 
Campbell. 



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AFRICAN AMERICAN ALLIANCE 

AAA (left), established in 1977, is an organization 
whose members are dedicated to fostering an environment 
within the College in which minority students can develop 
their academic and personal potential in addition to 
contributing to the cultural richness of the University 
community. 

Members: (L to R) (1) Nicole Steffani. Karen Sanderfur, 
Artricia Woods (2) Kent Underwood, Felysha Jenkins, 
Cynthia Lyons, Anthony Jones, Kliff Grimes (3) Natasha 
Johnson, Michelle Parks, Myranda Davis (4) Frank 
Williams, Nikki Robertson, Keith Minnifield. Quisha 
White, Keith Hall, Rasheid Light. Not Pictured: Terry 
Readus. 



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SEWANEE CONFERENCE ON WOMEN 

The Sewanee Conference on Women, planned by a group 
of students, faculty, and staff, brings noted speakers to campus 
every Spring to inform the community on issues of particular 
concern to women. The women's conference usually spans 
across a weekend, thus, allowing the guests to get to know the 
women that helped to bring them to Sewanee through a series 
of lectures, luncheons, and informal gatherings. 

Core Committee Members: Diane O'Bryan (Chairperson), 
Jennifer Armstrong, Polly Bass, Amy Crowder, Jennifer 
Fuqua, Amy Hawkins, Kathryn Ingram, Anne Katherine 
Jones, Belle Little, Kelly Ramke, Beth Rowe, Heather Smith, 
Lisa Manley (Advisor). 



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DEUCE 

Deuce (left), a men's organization established this Spring, 
is based on the ideals of community service. The members 
include students and community residents who are required to 
serve the needs of the region's children and communities. 

Members: (L to R) (1) Keith Minnifield, Kliff Grimes, 
Anthony Jones (2) Kent Underwood, Rasheid Light. Keith 
Hall, Frank Williams. Not pictured: Terry Readus. 



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COLLEGE REPUBLICANS 

College Republicans (above) is a student organization that supports and promotes the political ideology of 
the Republican Party. 

Members: (L to R) Rob Rhoden. Jamie McGregor, Ian Brauner, Jim Stoltz, Amy Jo Perigo, Jaret Pfluger, 
Scarlett Elliott. Bobby Mosca, Sean Williams. Jim Patterson, Frank Williams, Tom Poyner, Traci Solomon. 




EUROPEAN STUDIES 

European Studies (left) is an abroad program, co-sponsored by Sewanee and 
Rhodes, during the Advent semester that travels to Europe for three months to 
conduct studies in Medieval and Renaissance History, Art History, Literature, 
Religion, and Culture. Study includes 6 weeks of attendance at St. John's College, 
Oxford, as well as 'class' in the Louvre, Uffizi Gallery, St. Peter's Basilica, and 
many other world renowned galleries. 

Participants: Megan Montgomery. Mary Carol Harris, Francis Currie, Kathy 
Gale Estes, Kelley McLeod, Maggie Giel, Ashley Owen, Chad Bottorff, Anne 
Shoemake, Roe Elam, Julia Frazier, Georganne Garzon. Farrell White, Abi 
Christman, Sue Ridyard (assistant Dean of the program). 



COLLEGE DEMOCRATS 

College Democrats is a student 
organization dedicated to increasing 
awareness of the Democratic Party 
and American political issues in 
general. 

Members: Susan Baskett, 
Bedford Vickers, Chris Fostel, Steve 
Schale, Jeff Peters, Emily Sprouse, 
Lyle Tenpenny, Maryetta Anschutz, 
Amy Crowder, Joseph Neibich. 



SEWANEE STUDENTS FOR LIFE 

Sewanee Students For Life strives to 
promote an increased awareness about 
prolife issues among the Sewanee 
community. 

Members: Jordana Tonn, Kristina 
Erlewine, David Burger, Rob Rhoden, 
Rachel Hildebrant, Christie Allnut. 
Nicole Corlew, Jessica Fletchall, Laura 
Elliott. Sam Backfield, Katherine 
Clemens, Ezra Seese, Will Christie, 
Justin Adams, Dr. Gottfried, Dr. Peters. 



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ORGANIZATION FOR CROSS- 
CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING 

OCCU (right) encourages all 
students to recognize, appreciate, and 
understand ethnic diversities on 
campus. It encourages students to 
share their cultural heritage and 
presents the interaction of diverse 
cultures as a positive component of 
the liberal arts experience. The group 
presents diverse cultural activities, 
both educational and social. 

Members: Kostadin Basamakov, 
Polly Bass, Greg Bautista, Arial 
Bennett, Cecilia Bogran, Cotton 
Bryan, Samnita Burney, Elizabeth 
Byrd, Anna Collins, Pradeeshan 
Coomaraswamy, Sebastien Dubreil, 
Una Hall, Theresa Hartley, 
Parakrama Herath, Weina Jiang, 
Shamala Kumar, Valerie Kuthe, 
Frederick Lewis, Quingshan Luo, 
Nomzamo Matyumza, Fritz Newiger, 
My-Khanh Nguyen, Kushalappa 
Paleyanda, Leslie Puckett, Miguel 
Rueda, Tania Samman, Anja 
Sammler, Asitha Sandanayake, 
Sabrina Scinto, Anja Seitz, Paula 
Sereebutra, Sveta Shpurova, Yuki 
Tanaka, Lee Williams, Mikii Will- 
iams, Lindsay Young, Ikuko 
Akiyama, Yasmeen Mohiuddin, 
Matilda Dunn, Lisa Manley, Steffan 
Kram, Alexandra Kutz. 



ORIENTATION COMMITTEE 

The Orientation Core Committee helps 
welcome and prepare incoming Freshmen for life 
at Sewanee. 

Members: Andria Warren, Anne Budros, Whit 
Davis, Quisha White, Page Kalish, Brian Mor- 
row, Andrew Williams, Laura Boles. 



WASTE NOT 

Waste Not is a student recycling 
organization dedicated to finding 
effective and efficient ways to 
recycle materials. Waste Not 
focuses on educating students about 
the benefits of recycling, facilitat- 
ing and expanding recycling efforts 
on campus, increasing environmen- 
tal awareness, as well as creating 
campus wide programs in which 
the students participate. 

Members: John Molinaro. Bond 
Dillard, Julie Graves, Kevin Hiers 
(President), Geoff Kohl, Jonathan 
Walker. Becky Estes, Mary Beth 
Teague, My-Khanh Nguyen, 
Brendan Bailey, Carolina Lugo, 
Catherine Holton, Brad Condra, 
Amy Swepston, Bob Jackson (Vice 
President/ Secretary), Lindsey 
Delaplaine, Jennifer Davis. Ashley 
Brigham. Danielle Lanca, Amanda 
Morrisson, Bridget Bertrand. Gina 
Harmon, Leigh Williams, Phillippe 
Wheelock, Tricia Mashburn, 
Kimberly Fellman. April Varn, 
Becca Taylor, Abi White, Trey 
Sturtevant, Byron Davis, Jama 
Shelton, Roger Stott, Elizabeth 
Hesselink, Sarah Stuart, Jesse 
Pursley, Jim Ashurst, Alexis 
Bogner, Chris Keefer, Coleman 
Rose, Sally Brown. Ginny Holland. 







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PERPETUAL MOTION 

Perpetual Motion (left) is a 
performing dance company designed 
to give students an opportunity to 
perform and expose the Sewanee 
community to the many forms and 
styles of dance. 

Members: (L to R) (1) Carlyle 
Knox, Tricia Marshburn, Amanda 
Spann, Celia Holland, Cara Freeman, 
Grove Parsons (Vice President), 
Jennifer Wood (President), Mary 
Welsh (Secretary/ Treasurer), Christy 
Beasley, Presh Killebrew, Beth Rowe, 
Sean Jecko (2) Becca Taylor, Leigh 
Behrens, Kellee Ryan, Stacey Patton, 
Scott Evans, Bridget Bertrand, 
Susanna Lowrey. Kela Caldwell, 
Jennifer Hammontree, Megan Jack- 
son, Kate Depew, Ellen Lang, Paula 
Sereebutra. Not pictured: Millie 
Flournoy, Peter Lettre, Anson Mount, 
Danielle Schiano, Phoebe Pearigen. 



SEWANEE POPULAR MUSIC ASSOCIATION 

Sewanee Popular Music Association (below), 
affectionately known as SPAM, was organized in 
1971 to provide popular music of all types on the 
Mountain. A service organization, not a social club, 
SPAM functions as a group outside of the Greek 
system, but does not exclude any members of the 
Greek system. 

Members: (L to R) Amanda Morrison. Benjamin 
Stevenson, John Molinaro, Caren Trubey. 





WUTS 

WUTS (above), the student operated radio station, provides music and educa- 
tional programming, as well as news broadcasts. WUTS is on the air for 18 hours a 
day during the school year broadcasting to a 20 mile area receiving radius. Students, 
as well as faculty and staff, have their own weekly shows. 

Members: (L to R) David Roark, Tim Snyder, Chris Cargill (on floor), Ramsey 
Moss, Caren Trubey, Jefferson Parker, Benjamin Stevenson, Bessie Gant, Neil 
Prewitt, John Molinaro. Not pictured: Franklin Sames (Station Manager), Warren 
Holt, Paul Morris, Jennie Sutton, Amy Swepston, Coleman Rose. 



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CAP AND GOWN 

The Cap and Gown is the 
annual publication that 
preserves the previous school 
year for the future. The book 
serves as a pictorial direc- 
tory, as well as an accurate 
chronicle of life in Sewanee. 
1995 is the Centennial of the 
existing Cap and Gown books 
we have in the Archives. 

Jennifer Pfeil 
Editor-in-Chief 

Jason Luna 
Business Manager 

Eliza Fisher 
Student Life Editor 

Lori Phillips 
Faculty Editor 

Jennifer Pfeil 
Greeks Editor 

Jennifer Pfeil 
Athletics Editor 

Jennifer Pfeil 
Organizations Editor 

Leigh van Rij 
Classes Co-Editor 

Amanda Morrisson 
Classes Co-Editor 

Erin Grossman 
Advertisements Editor 

Jennifer Pfeil 
School of Theology Editor 

Jennifer Pfeil 
Computer Layout Editor 

Lyn Hutchinson 
Photographer / Advisor 

Scott Evans 
Staff 

Laura Jennings 
Staff 

Katie Larkins 
Staff 

Susannah Metz 
Staff 



THE SEWANEE PURPLE 

The Purple, established in 1892, is the official organ of the students of the University of the South. 
The newspaper contains scholastic articles, student articles and letters, sports articles, cartoons, restau- 
rant reviews, things to do calendars, and random blurbs by Branan Edgens. This year, the Purple 
resurrected the Burple from hibernation and provided a good bit of humor on April Fool's Day. 

Staff: Jonathan Meiburg (Editor-in-Chief), Lindsey Delaplaine (Associate Editor), Tania Samman 
(News Editor), James Karst (Features Editor), Jennie Sutton (Living Arts Editor), Robbie Griffith 
(Sports Editor), Wendy Watterson (Business Manager), Frank Pratt (Layout Editor), Lizz Haldeman 
(Advertisements Editor), Karl Ulbrich (Electronic Purple Editor), Matt Laney (Electronic Purple 
Editor), Margaret Parsell (Subscriptions Editor), Ginny Kelleher (Page Two Editor), Amy Hughes 
(Page Two Editor), Lyn Hutchinson (Photographer). 




THE MOUNTAIN GOAT 

The Mountain Goat is a 
semi-annual publication that 
accepts submissions of short 
stories, poetry, photographs, 
drawings, and scholarly 
writings by both students and 
faculty members. 

Matt Boucher 
Editor 

Kathleen Jones 
Editor 

Chance Algar 
Staff 

Jay Kelley 
Staff 

John Sullivan 
Staff 

Jennie Sutton 
Staff 

Dana Van Camp 

Staff 

John M. Grammer 
Advisor 



SEWANEE LEGACY 

The Legacy is a new publication that has arisen out of the need for the presentation of the Conserva- 
tive voice on campus. The monthly paper covers issues concerning the University, as well as articles 
and letters from students, faculty, staff, and community residents. 

Editorial Board: David Kern (Chief Editor), Job Seese (Layout Editor), Rob Rhoden (Business 
Manager), Will Christie (Senior Editor), Nicole Corlew (Senior Editor), Kristina Erlewine (Senior 
Editor). 

Staff: Doug Adair, Justin Adams, David Burger, Katherine Clemens, Jessica Fletchall. Rachel 
Hildebrandt, Laura Jennings, Rachel Jensen, Katie Larkins, Jamie McGregor, Ron Oman, Michael 
Sansbury, Ezra Seese, Matt Stiles, Jordana Tonn, Fred Willis. 



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Craig Wardlaw 




Robert Keele 


Arthur Schaefer 




Rush Barrett 




Donald Armentrout 


David Landon 


Gerald Smith 


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John Boyd 


IN SCHOLA THEOLOGICA 


Charles Baird 


Stiles Lines 


Barclay Ward 


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Chris Cenac 


Allen Hughes 


Alfred Bates 


Thaddeus Lockard 


John Webb 


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Pete Dillon 


Ramiro Lopez 


Robert Benson 


Guy Fitch Lytle 


Herbert Wentz 


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Chris Elwell 


Frank McRight 


Charles Binnicker 


Eric Naylor 


Samuel Williamson 


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William Scrantom 


William Bonds 


Robert Pearigen 


Harry Yeatman 


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William Cocke III 


Charles Perry 






Hays Green 




Frederick Croom 


Randolph Peterson 


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Charles Baird 


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William Priestly 


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John Bratton 


Charles Bubois 


Stephen Puckette 


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Adam Carlos 


Daniel Dunn 


George Ramseur 




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Don DuPree 


William Register 




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John Ransom 


Gilbert Gilchrist 


John Reishman 




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Scotty Scott 


Monroe Spears 


John Grammer 


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THE RIBBON SOCIETIES 

The Red. Green, and Black 
Ribbon Societies (this page) are 
elective social organizations 
composed of upperclassmen of 
both the College and School of 
Theology and others members in 
residence. 

The Pink and White Ribbon 
Societies (next page) are elective 
social orgaizations composed of 
upperclasswomen and other 
residents of the community. 




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Michael Terrell 


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Andrew Benson 


Mark White 




Dan Brooks 


Carroll Williamson 


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Will Byars 




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Rob Howell 


COMMUNITY MEMBERS 


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Bill Jarrett 


Charles Brush \ 


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Chris Johnson 


William Crescenzo 




Jay Kelley 


Frederick Devall ! 


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Jerry Ingles 


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Wyatt Prunty 


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Charles Smith ! 


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George Stevenson 


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Jack Strifling 


Everett Stout 


Larry Jones 


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Jeddie Suddeth 


Jerry Thomas 


Tom Kepple 


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Jason Balogh 


Ray Williams 


Francis Watkins 


Ed Kirven 


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Chad Bottorff 


Andrew Williams 


Robert Way 


Arthur Knoll 


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Cotton Bryan 
Will Cantey 


Lee Willis 


Richard Winslow 


Robert Lancaster 
David Lumpkins 


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Lee Cole 


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FACULTY AND UNI- 


Bob Lundin 


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Thomas Daniel 




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Andrew Lytle 


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Clarl Gallivan 


Steven Blount 




Paul Mooney 


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Max Hart 


Doug cAmeron 


Yogi Anderson 


James Moore 


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Carlyle Knox 


Richard Deutsch 


Dan Backlund 


Brown Patterson 


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Drew Lineberger 


Norman Feaster 


Eric Benjamin 


Bran Potter 




Robert Lominack 


John Greeter 


Charles Brockett 


J.H. Rhys 


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Charles Keppler 


Charles Cheston 


Donald Rung 


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Ryan McConnell 


Russell Leonard 


Bill Clarkson 


Doug Seiters 


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Bill Mauzy 


Paul Ensberg 


Ansel Sharp 


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Larry Majors 


Harold Goldberg 


Steve Shrader 


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Robert Matlock 


Bob Hedrick 


Pete Smith 


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John Stamps 


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HIGHLANDERS & WELLINGTONS (L to R) (1 ) Jack Strifling, Michael, Terrell, Scotty Scott, Si Davenport, Chad Bottoroff, Andrew Williams, 
Stephen Jackson, Page Kalish, Ritchie MacPherson, Malcolm Sewell (2) Ray Williams, Billy Jarrett, Rush Barrett, Roe Elam. Will Merritt. Chris Rainey. Brad 
Mall (3) Trey Sturtevant, Drew Lineberger, Fletch Fletcher, Scot Ellis, Rhett Heyward (4) Lee Cole, Burns Jones, John Sonfield, Max Hart, Chan Muller. Jake 
Abernathy, Barney Witherington, Willie Haseldon, Will Cantey, Jeddie Suddeth. Matt Koren. 



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RIBBON SOCIETY 




STUDENT MEMBERS 






Ashley Aiken 


Nicole Maris 


Susie Anderson 


Jennifer McGee 


Anne Budros 


Anne McGinn 


Caroline Christie 


Catherine McNeese 


J. P. Given 


Scott Noland 


Sammi Kell 


Cynthia Petesch 


Dudley Kizer 


Julie Rosdeutscher ; 


Evans Dunwoody 


Mary Rossi 




Nikki Etheridge 


Serens Vanr 




Karen Haley 


Christina Vial 


Katherine Mahon 


Tija Ward 




FACULTY AND 






COMMUNITY MEMBERS 




Carrie Ashton 


Harriet Govan 


Jean Raulston 


Kathy Backlund 


Anne Griffin 


Ann Seiters 


Sandy Baird 


Lee Guerry 


Ann Sherrill 


Nicole Barenbaum 


Peggy Hankins 


Anne Smith 


Michelle Benjamin 


Carolyn Hatchett 


Pat Smith 


Peggy Bonds 


Pat Jackson 


Dolores Snowden 


Nancy Boykin 


Karen Keele 


Olwyn Souter 


Paula Brush 


Ursula Knoll 


Debbie Stirling 


Ruth Cameron 


Peggy Lines 


Judy Street 


Elizabeth Chitty 


Kendra Lopez 


Libbie Thoni 


Marcia Clarkson 


Maria Lytle 


Sue Vaughan 


Henrietta Croom 


Carrie Mauzy 


Ann Watkins 


Mary Sue Cushman 


Martha Meeks 


Joan Williamson 


Dorothea Daniel 


Yasmeen Mohiuddin 


Harriet Yaun 


Mary Davis 


Mary Ann Nichols 




Jan Drake-Lowther 


Carolyn OGonner 




Ruth Dubois 


Evie Petterson 




Matilda Dunn 


Phoebe Pearigen 




Dorothy Easley 


Cheri Peters 




Jane Eaves 


June Peters 




Betty Foreman 


Peggy Peterson 




Dorothea Fowlkes 


Cindy Potter 




Pat Gibson 


Barbara Prunty 




Mary Gilchrist 


Upshar Puckette 





WHITE RIBBON SOCIETY 



STUDENT MEMBERS 
East Apthorp 
Helen Boehm 
Ama Bryson 
Brook Buchanan 
Sarah Cross 
Maggie Erwin 
Cameron Graham 
Cathy Gross 
Beth Harris 
Elizabeth Hesselink 
Lauren Keith 

FACULTY AND 
COMMUNITY MEMBERS 



Melissa Kennedy 
Ashley Neal 
Anne Osborne 
Elizabeth Sherwood 
Leslie Stidham 
Mary Adams Tartt 
Catherine Traywick 
Margaret Upchurch 
Dana Van Camp 
Brooke Vaughn 
Leslie Walker 



Lee Ann Afton 
Jolie Anderson 
Margaret Beaumont 
Lynne Becker 
Ruth Benson 
Mary Blount 
Peggy Bordley 
Bettie Carpenter 
Beth Charlton 
Julie Curd 
Millie Dodd 
Betty Engsberg 
Priscilla Fort 
Jenny Gardner 
Connie Gibson 
Anna Graham 
Elizabeth Grammer 
Lois Greeter 
Jeanette Hamilton 
Lori Hawkins 
Kim Heitzenrater 
Phebe Hethcock 
Nina Helvenston 



Isabell Howe 
Gail Huyck 
Leslie Jones 
Julie Junkins 
Lisa Keith-Lucas 
Pat Kepple 
Chapman Kern 
Betty Kershner 
Laura Lapins 
Kirkland Leonard 
Maudi Leonard 
Patti Logan 
Kitty Lotti 
Margaret Lundin 
DeDe Matlock 
Edith McCrady 
Martha McCrory 
Annwn Myers 
Dana Perry 
Diane Petrilla 
Mary Priestley 
Ruth Ramseur 
Nonie Shane 



Katherine Scrantom 
Suzanne Shaver 
Beth Shrader 
Anne Sitz 
Chris Smith 
Karen Smith 
Katherine Smith 
Suzann Stamps 
Margaret Stephens 
Malinda Sutherland 
Joan Ward 
Jerry White 



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THE ORDER OF THE SOLVER BONE 

There were many more dogs who had 
their day, well-meriting the love of their 
owners, and the respectful admiration of 
their friends, but, alas we cannot list 
them all. Lineage had nothing to do with 
their reknown: t'was ever personality 
that counted in Sewanee. Who that knew 
them can forget, ever, that international 
coretage? - 1909 

Alas, the 1995 leash law has es- 
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ALPHA DELTA THETA 



founded in the Spring of 1979. 




Members: (L to R) (1) Vaiden McElwee, Amy Jo Perigo, Virginia Johnson, Amy Thompson, Ashley Owen, Katherine 
Fields (2) Heather Smith, Katherine Cashman, Madeline Johnson, Jennifer Hammontree (President), Stacey 
Thompkins, Katherine Davis, Jordana Tonn, Katie Creecy, Chandre Sergent, Celia Holland, Jenny Johnson (1st Vice 
President), Cathy Herrman, Wendy Orlow, Tiffany Tant (3) Katherine Clemens, Carolina Lugo, Cynthia Norman , 
Catherine Wiesener, Bonnie Smith (Spirit Chairman), Rachel Riemer (Pledge Trainer), Alice Sneary (Rush Chairman), 
Elizabeth Ariail, Sarah Miers (Spirit Chairman), Mary Beth Teague, Missy Speights (2nd Vice President), Kelli 
Lassiter (SSWC Representative), Sarah Martins (4) Stephanie Perry, Elizabeth Blanton, Jennifer Armstrong, Kristina 
Erlewine, Lucie Ewing, Kristen Nelson, Derry Wilkins, Becky Estes, Castleen Tindall, Misty Maib (Alumnae Repre- 
sentative), Evonne Marler, Anne Shoemake, Karen Jacks (Treasurer) (5) Mallory Dimmit, Lisa Akerman, Julia 
Norwood (ISC Representative), Leigh van Rij, Carrie Miller, Katherine Kellogg (Historian), Lindsley Wellborn. Not 
pictured: Katherine Christy, Sally McClatchy (Parliamentarian), Brigette Plowman (Secretary), Alexis Bogner (ISC 
Representative), Elizabeth Bowlin, Catherine Davis, Alexandra Kutz, Jan Garrison, Elizabeth Nelson, Emily 
Richardson, Ashley Stafford, Natalie Sparks, Sara Taylor, Sarah Tuton, April Varn, Kat Wilhoite, Lindsay Young. 



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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

founded in 1865, and Tennessee Omega 
Chapter at Sewanee was established in 1877. 




Members: Jake Abernathy, Rush Barrett, Campbell Bourland, Bill Bowie, Jeb Bridges, Greer Brown, Steven 
Bruce (Treasurer), Chris Campbell, Chris Cenac (Pledge Trainer), Greg Colbath, Lee Cole, Matt Cooke, Drew 
Corbett (Pledge Trainer), Thomas Daniel (President), George Drennan, Dan Dukes, John Elrod, Turner Emery, 
Courtland Eyrick, Brian Field, Mike Fulkerson, Clark Gallivan, Hugh Garrett, Terry Gibson (Vice President), 
Paul Greene, Jackson Harper, Jim Henley, Stephen Jackson, Ben Klein (Secretary), Patrick Lindsay, Gibson 
Lott, Brad Mall, Travis McCall, Jeff Mitchell, Joseph Neibich, Eric Ochel, David Padilla, C. P. Paullus, Joe 
Phifer, Chan Richards, Dusty Smith, John Sonfield, Justin Sonfield, Wesley Talman, Lee Willis, Daniel Batts, 
Scott Fosgate, Ben Jennings, John Ness, John Stroup, Hank Word. 



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ALPHA TAU ZETA 



founded in the Spring of 1987. 




Members: (L to R) (1) Nancy Beth Spencer (Vice President), Cathy White, Juanita 
Warren (Pledge Trainer) (2) Mimi McNamara (Secretary), Elizabeth Byrd (Chaplain), 
Amanda Cook (President / Social Chairman), Gina Everetts (Treasurer / Historian), Sara 
Smith (Rush Chairman). Not pictured: Erin Wilson (Rush Chairman), Bill Barry (Advi- 
sor). 




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Nancy Belli Spencer 
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BETA THETA PI 

founded in 1 839, and Gamma Chi Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1949. 




Members: (L to R) ( 1 ) David Kern (Treasurer), Kevin Sparrow, Zack Vernon (President), Jason 
Abel, Charles Temple, Guy Cooper (2) Ken Riggs (Pledge Trainer), Drew Ellis, Scott Taylor 
(Rush Chairman), Ryan Baskin, Todd Watts. Not pictured: Dr. Robert Delcamp (Advisor). 



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CHI PSI 

founded in 1841, and Alpha Tau Delta 
Chapter at Sewanee was established in 1965. 




Members : (L to R) (1) Michael Sansbury, Billy Ray, Christian Cutler, Skyler Covington, Tom Dees (President), 
Craig Davis (Treasurer), Ian Cross, Ed Flowers, Dave Fox (2) Chris Fostel, Gavin Kohler, John McCallum, Wes 
Myers, Clay Rudsenske, Randy Odle, Scott Evans (Secretary), Brian Spurlock, David Reljac, Jonathan Brooks, 
HayesGreen (Vice President), Jonathan Glasscox (3) Carter Clements (Pledge Trainer), Christian Setzer, Andrew 
King, Scott Womack, Nat West (4) Robbie Griffith, Chris Williams, Jason Bowyer (Rush Chairman), Corey 
Passman, Paul Randall, Rob Rhoden, Kevin Hiers, Jamie McGregor, Patrick Bowen, Matt Stiles, Ron Oman, Brian 
Joyner, Will McBride, Max Vielle, Carl Oldenburg, Blake Haney, Bobby Jackson. Not pictured: James Acken, 
Aidan Arney, Bill Baker, Josh Eckman, Preston McKee, Trey Ripley, Rob Sanford. 



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DELTA ALPHA PHI 



founded in the Fall of 1993. 




Members: (L to R) (1) Laura Elliott, Yvonne Hill, Gaby Hill (2) Artricia Woods (President), 
Emily Sprouse (3) Myranda Davis, Michelle Parks (Treasurer), Quisha White, Natasha 
Johnson (Social Chairman). Not pictured: Celena Benjamin, Kawanna Reese (Rush Chair- 
man), Tija Ward, Nicole Driggins, Camelia Jones (Advisor). 



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Kawanna Reese, Yv< mi 
& Tijti Ward 




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DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 



founded in 1 844, and Tau Delta Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1969. 




Members: Chris Aikin, Matt Cathey (Treasurer), Will Christie (Secretary), Kevin Greene, Chris Hammond, 
Tom Hutto (Rush Chairman), John Magraw, Ryan Mason (President), Chris Morris (Social Chairman), Daniel 
Richards, Timothy Snider, Eric Steinmehl, Darian Thomas, Brett Trotter. Not pictured: Umar Mohiuddin, 
Heathcliff Rico (Vice President), Arthur Knoll (Advisor). 



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DELTA TAU DELTA 

founded in 1859, and the Beta Theta Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1883. 




Members: Tom Brackett, Nick Bruner, Patrick Comer (President), Walton Comer, Thomas Dykstra, Jason Emery, 
Corey Estes, Dave Farnham, Alfred Gallimore, Matt Groves, Jamison Hinds, Walter Hubbell, Niklas Hultin, 
Andrew Israel (Secretary), Charles Israel, Tallman Johnson, Tray Jones, James Karst (Social Chairman), Walter 
McKay, Mike Mungello (Corresponding Secretary), Pete Paulus (Pledge Trainer), Neill Prewitt, Noah Sange, 
Preston Shaffer, Derk Weinheimer (Treasurer), Jonathan White, Chris Willett (Vice President), Jon Woodlee, 
Trent Zivcovich, Gregory T. Clark (Advisor). 



172 /Greeks 




And now ensues a lengthy pause 
For we have reached the Delta Taus. 

An enormous majority 

Term them "Sorority;" 
How, O how, did they leave their mas? 

-excerpted from the Ode to Degenerate 
Fraternities found in the Cap and Gown 1915 




Greeks /173 



GAMMA TAU UPSILON 



founded in the Spring of 1978. 




Members: (L to R) (1) Rachel McMillen, Elizabeth Olson, Kelly Grey, Camille Gleaton (Alumnae Chairman/ 
Rush Chairman), Margaret Parsell (Secretary) (2) Catherine Carruthers (President/ ISC Representative), Susanna 
Lowrey (Treasurer), Kelly Ramke, Meade Columbia, Abigail Johnston, Elizabeth Fitch (Vice President/ Pledge 
Trainer). Not pictured: Pat Gibson (Advisor). 



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Greeks/ 175 



KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 



founded in 1865, and Alpha Alpha Chapter 
at Sewanee. was established in 1883. 




Members: Blake Andrews, Chad Atwood, Alston Barrow, Chad Bottorff (Social Chairman), Frazer Buntin, Doug 
Combs, Hunter Connelly, Pete Dillon, Roe Elam, Chris Elwell, Andy Ferguson, Fletch Fletcher, George Garzon, 
Harrison Grubbs, Willy Haseldon, Andy Hatcher, K. C. Home, Steven Howell (Secretary), Brad Hunter, John 
Inman, Keith Johnston, Burns Jones, Robin Jones, Page Kalish, T. R. Keith, Bart Kempf (President), Drew 
Lineberger, Robert Lominack, Tuck Marshall, David Mason, Mac McCraw, Julian McKimmon, Matthew Mebane, 
Court Michau, Telfair Parker, David Phelps, Neal Pickens, Josh Poole, Harris Powers, Chris Rainey, Jamie Ratliff, 
Malcolm Sewell, Jason Smith, Shepley Smith, Mike Stauder, Rob Strang, Drew Sturtevant, Trey Sturtevant, John 
Tugman, Jim Uden (Treasurer), Joe Underwood, Tyler Vaughey, John Wallace, Craig Wardlaw, Mark White 
(Vice President/ Pledge Trainer), Ray Williams, Ted Boehm, Bert Emerson, Scott Matthews, Craig Polancich, 
Campbell Walker, Aaron White, Robert Benson (Advisor). 



1 76 /Greeks 




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The Kappa Alpha rah rah boys 
Are simply great at making noise, 

With brains not deep, 

They're neat but cheap, 
Like painted Christmas toys. 

-excerpted from the Ode to Degenerate 
Fraternities found in the Cap and Gown 
1915 




l^-t* Drew Lineberger 




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LAMDACHI ALPHA 

founded in 1909. and Iota-Nu Zeta Chapter 
at Sewanee. was established in 1963. 




Members: Steve Barden, Lee Boyd, Bailey Brown, Seth Eaker, Bryan Eklund (Social Chairman), Greg Guillory 
(Treasurer), Josh Harrell, Warren Holt, Bob Jackson (Education), David Kennedy (Vice President), Ivan Kozak, 
Jonathan Meiburg, John Molinaro, Ramsey Moss, Anson Mount, Chris Piromalli (Academic Chairman), Dennis 
Prater, Miguel Rueda, Stephen Salmon (President), Rick Sayed, Seth Spoelman, Dick Strong, Karl Ulbrich, Jeff 
Hagler, Jason Nail, Frank Pratt, Thad Thompson, Bru Wallace, Jerry Ingles (Advisor). 



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Greeks/ 179 



PHI DELTA THETA 

founded in 1848. and Tennessee Beta Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1883. 




Members: Stewart Armbrecht, John Barber, Will Belford, John Boyd, Patrick Broyles, Will Byars, Willis 
Cantey, Ted Chapman, William Cogswell (Vice President), Brian Costilow, David Dansby, Timothy Dargan 
(Treasurer), Todd Davis, Land Deleot (Social Chairman), Scott Dismukes, Daniel Eades, Scott Ellis, Craig 
Evans, Andy Ferguson, Hunter Flack, Keller Foster, J. Q. Freeman, Thomas Goldsmith, Trey Hackney (War- 
den), David Harker, Rhett Heyward (Secretary), Rob Howell, Dan Hunter, Robert Johnson, Jay Kelley, Will- 
iam Kelley, Michael Kemper, Collin Lane, Hampton Logan, Matt Lugar, Ritchie Macpherson, Caldwell 
Marks, Ian McVey (House Manager), Cal Menzies, Will Merritt (President),Scott Phillips, Lee Richmond, 
Tyler Roper, Alexander Ryan, Scotty Scott, Legare Smith, J. J. Southerland, Sid Spain, Jack Strifling, Jeddie 
Suddeth, Christian Tattersall, Carter Teague, Lee Vaughn, John Warren, Kellam Warren, Dallon Weathers, 
Allen Whittle. Charlton Wieters (Secretary), Carroll Williamson, Walker Willse, Barney Witherington (Pledge 
Trainer), David Woodall, Ed Wright, Joe Currie, McCoy Darby, Allen Eager, Nathan Harrold, Ryland Moore, 
Henry Parsley, William Cocke (Advisor). 



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When boneheads to Sewanee come 
The Phi's begin to make things hum 

With bloodshot eyes 

They shoot their lies 
Calling to aid the Demon Rum. 

-excerpted from the Ode to Degenerate 
Fraternities found in the Cap and Gown 
1915. 




Greeks/181 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 

founded in 1848, and Gamma Sigma Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1919. 




Members: Monte Alves, Scott Boring, Matt Boucher, Alex Brown, Si Davenport (President), Whit 
Davis (Corresponding Secretary), Ross Davis, Richard Douglas, Richard Faw, Luke Gebhard, Dode 
Gladders, Lee Hamilton, Hendree Harrison, Max Hart, Ryan Healan, Bill Jarrett, Jamey Jones, Peter 
Lettre (Social Chairman), Ryan McConnell, Charles McCorquodale, Thad Moore (Treasurer), Thomas 
Powell (Historian), Sikes Ragan, Steve Schale, Craig Schmidt, Kyle Sclafani (Recording Secretary), Joe 
Stuckey, Lyle Tenpenny, Jason Wells, Andrew Williams, David Young, Tom Clough, Matt Davis, 
Michael Douglas, Don Gladders, Ryan Harrigan, Collin Husbands, Russell Marsh, Jordan Patty, Rob 
Phillips, Matthew Robinson, Andy Schmidt. 



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PHI KAPPA EPSILON 



founded in the Spring of 1980. 




Members: (L to R) (1) Mary Rossi (President), Emily Crosby, Lizz Haldeman (2nd Vice President), Kathryn 
Mashburn, Jenny Wolfram, Laura Jennings, Bessie Gantt, Avery Strachan, Abby Blackwell, Susan Baskett, 
Stephanie Wempe, Liz Bull, Mandy Peuler, Presh Killebrew, Jama Shelton, Katherine Cameron, Anna Sterne, 
Rebecca Peek (2) Virgina Keleher, Anne Budros (Rush Chairman), Brooke Vaughan (Recording Secretary), 
Allison Lamb, Celeste Unsworth (Corresponding Secretary), Meredith Geiger, Sissy Kuhlke (Parliamentarian), 
Christine Keating, Kate Roseman, Angela Ward, Allison Batton, Elizabeth Foss (Historian) (3) Leah Hegwood, 
Cara Freeman (Social Chairman), Nicole Glover, Betsy Pollett (Assistant Pledge Trainer), Becky Ford, Stephanie 
Dickson (Parliamentarian), Julia Lindyberg, Courtney Birch, Anne McGinn, Lindsey Delaplaine, Erwin Byrd, 
Brandi Poole (4) Jennifer Wood, Mary Welsh, Jennie Akins, Melissa Riley (Pledge Trainer), Ann Walsh, 
Kathryn Ingram, Mary Carol Harris, Jo Anna Davis, Maryetta Anschutz (ISC Representative) (5) Lillian Rice, 
Carden Yeiser, Laura Rinker, Crista Shoemaker, Elizabeth Cunningham, Sheridan Gilkerson, Anne Spear, Kim 
Harvin, Lucy Fulton (6) Tyler Deitz, Jennie Sutton, Nomzamo Matyumza, Caren Trubey, Cathy Gross (1st Vice 
President), Margaret Upchurch, Adrienne Evans, Leslie Walker (SSWC Representative), Amy Hawkins (Trea- 
surer). Not pictured: Kela Caldwell, Barbara Clark, Anne Felkner (Parliamentarian), Cathy Graves (Assistant 
Social Chairman), Allison Lamb, Gretel Lesslie, Ashley Neal (Spirit Leader), Caroline Powell, Holly 
Richardson. Nena Scott, Catherine Tray wick, Avery Tucker, Beth Vickers. 



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Greeks/ 185 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

founded in 1856, and Tennessee Omega Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1881. 




Members:Andy Beck, Beau Bethea, Julian Bibb, Darren Busbee, Dan Conkle, John Cooper, Chad Cunningham, 
Perry Gooch, Roger Hailes, Clay Hershey, Craig Hoover, Matthew Hunter, Montgomery Maguire, Chan Muller, 
Sean O'Quinn (President), Neil Pruitt (Vice President), Reggie Ramsey, Jason Reeves, Adam Reynolds, Paul 
Reynolds (House Manager), Sam Robbins, Alec Robinson, Beau Thomas, Hampton Uzzelle, Dave Waddell, Erik 
Walker, Ken Williford, Joseph Baker, Ward Cole, Ryan Epley, William Register (Advisor) 



1 86 /Greeks 



- 







A bid to join S. A. E. 

A signal honor used to be; 

Now to most any rat 

They take off their hat 
And politely say, "Please come with me." 

-excerpted from an Ode to Degenerate Frater 
nities found in the Cap and Gown 1915 





Greeks/187 



SIGMA NU 

founded in 1869, and Beta Omicron Chapter 
at Sewanee was established in 1889. 




Members: John Bagby, Brendon Bailey, Jason Balogh, Nicholas Beasley (Treasurer), Chris Cairns (Rush 
Chairman), Scott Carpenter, Rob Collins, Clint Fisher, Clayton Haden, Lee Jefferson, Matt Koren, Dan Little, 
Andy Moody, Geof Morneau, Chad Robbins, Qasim Shaikh, John Sullivan, Jeff Swann, Chris Thompson 
(Commander). Gill Austin, Sam Backfield, Robert Claycombe, J. P. Culley, Bryan Glover, Matt Horak, Clark 
Ligon, Jud Mcintosh, Richard Nash, Jason Price, Sam Robbins, Winthrop Short, Josh White, Arthur Ben 
Chitty and Paul Baranco (Advisors). 



188 /Greeks 




Greeks/ 189 



THETA KAPPA PHI 



founded in the Spring of 1977 




Members:Molly Bagwell, Jane Anne Blakney, Lydia Blessing, Anne Lacy Boswell, Sally Brown, Heather Cook 
(Historian), Laura Crookston, Frances Currie, Evans Dunwoody, Kathy Gale Estes (ISC Representative), Emmie 
Galliard, Saskia Galbraith, Georganne Garzon (Vice President), J. P. Given, Katie Greene (Parliamentarian), 
Lebby Harrison, Stacy Henderson (Fundraiser), Catherine Holton, Laurie Howell, Alexandra Huffman, Kristin 
Ialacci (Recording Secretary), Elizabeth Irwin, Meghan Jordan, Asha Kays, Lauren Keith, Danielle Lanca, Belle 
Little, Kate Littleton (Treasurer), Frances Lumpkin, Katherine Mahon, Hilary Marx, Amey Maybank, Kelley 
McLeod,Kirstin McMillan, Lindsay McMillan, Liz Milliken, Holley Montiel (Social Chairman), Laurel 
Murchison, Sarah Musselman, Nicole Noffsinger, Anne Osborne, Stacy Patton, Cynthia Petesch, Price Phillips, 
Jeanne Porter, Amy Powell, Martha Rhodes, Emily Shealy, Riley Sims, Katherine Slingluff (Chaplain), Robbie 
Spruill, Trent Stephens, Janie Taylor, Sarah Thompson (Alumnae Chairman), Katherine Toole, Dana van Camp, 
Serena Vann, Bedford Vickers, Farrell White, Laura Wylie, Elizabeth Arnett, Lizzie Collier, Susan Conner, 
Elizabeth Cook, Molly Dubray, Lacy Dunwoody, Amy Fannon, Liz Getten, Christiane Ginther, Charlotte Gre- 
gory, Katie Hines, Mary Stewart Holmes, Beverly Logan, Jenny Long, Alex MacKinlay, Clair Nealy, Errett Neil, 
Cary Phillips. Jodi Pinch, Lauren Powell, Tru Pressly, Rachel Robinson, Kate Shealy, Erin Simpson, Annie 
Strickler, Sloan Strong, Hayes Swinney, Sarah Wheeless, Alana Williamson, Elichia Williford. 



190/Greeks 




Greeks/191 



THETA PI 

founded in the Spring of 1979. 




Members:Ashley Aiken (Treasurer), Elizabeth Anderson (Chaplain), Susie Anderson (Parliamentarian), Cristy 
Beasley (Assistant Rush Chairman), Allison Bell (Pledge Trainer), Catherine Black, Helen Boehm, Laura Boles 
(ISC Representative), Darby Brooks, Brooke Buchanan, Katie Cavert, Caroline Christy, Katherine Christy, Hillary 
Covington, Molly Davis, Katherine Downie, Claire Drummond, Scarlett Elliott, Maggie Erwin, Nikki Etheridge, 
Kim Fauls, Millie Flournoy, Cameron Graham, Alison Grand, Holly Hacker, Sami Kell (President), Melissa 
Kennedy, Dudley Kizer (Historian), Maggie Kizer, Jennifer Leveridge, Julia Lynn, Nicole Maris (Alumnae Chair- 
man), Jennifer McGee, Catherine McNeese (Vice President), Katie Murdock (Chaplain), Boo Neal (Pledge Trainer), 
Scott Noland, Diane O'Bryan, Cathy Rafferty, Jessica Rentz (ISC Representative), Beth Rowe (Assistant Rush 
Chairman), Tania Samman, Paula Sereebutra, Lauren Shannon, Katherine Shuman (Rush Chairman), Leigh Collins 
(Secretary), Shel Solomon, Leslie Stidham, Mary Maurice Sumerel, Missy Sumerell, Robin Taylor, Amanda Vance 
(Pledge Trainer), Helen Wood, Katherine Aiken, Elizabeth Bibb, Karrie Burnham, Hannah Calvert, Leslie Green, 
Mimi Hedgcock, Ashley Johnson, Jen Kirk, Amanda Kuruc, Megan Lomax, Elizabeth Mayo, Adrea Mondelli, 
Michele Nakatsuka, Ashley Osburn, Amanda Plauche, Kellee Ryan, Danielle Schiano, Boo Shepard, Shannon 
Smith, Cole Tufts, Wendy Watterson, Louisa Weathers, Martha Webb. 



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Greeks/ 193 



Football 




Members: Peter Edwards, Seth Stewart (Captain), Scott Matthews, Kent Underwood, Alex Hartz, Josh Reams, Russ Young (Captain), Chris 
Murray, Jonathan Glasscox, James Spriggs, Tory Dotson. Campbell Walker, Ben Coates, Louie Caputo, Andrew Fletcher, Shane Parker, 
Terry Readus, Phillip Jones, Joe Baker, David Donahue, Jackson Harper, Ward Cole, Keith Coates, Glenn Harris, Tony Stephenson, Jason 
Swiney, Michael Rogers, John Stroup, Brad Jackson. John Sonfield, Brent Sisco, Scott Womack, Blake Andrews, Scott Fosgate, Art 
Sccrnavacca (Captain), Andy Stack, Kyle Heard, Bert Emerson. David Hall. Jeff Hagler, Richard Bracken, Neal Pickens, Ryan Epley, C. P. 
Paullus, Matt Hewitt, Chris Williams, Danny Lacher, Mark Brooks, John Isbell, Mike Fulkerson, Jeremy Larance, Wade Kanipe, Wesley 
Cook, Nathan Harrold, Gavin Kohler, Heath Guin, Mike Stauder, Clai Brown (Captain), Hampton Cude, Ron Briggs, Jesse Wilson, Keil 
Green. Jon Trussler, Jarrett Moore, Travis Creighton, Thomas Hardy, David Tudor, Alston Barrow, Joe Phifer, Lee Cole, Drew Dehaven, 
Josh Imbert, Brad Mall (Captain). Coaches: Alan Logan (Head coach), Will Mottola, Timothy McDaniel, Paul Van Wie, Robert Black, 
Richard Barron. 



1994-1995 Season 
1 Win 
8 Losses 




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David Donahue 
Athletics/197 



Men's Soccer 




Members: (L to R) (1) Clayton Hayden, Ry Moore, Chris Cairns, Matt Koren, Jason Balogh, Burns Jones, Qasim Sheikh, Forrest Porterfield, 
Andy Nix, Allen Whittle. Brendon Bailey, Byron Davis (2) Matt Kern (Head Coach), Ben Jennings, McCoy Darby, Rafe Mauran, Sid Spain, 
David Padilla. Daniel Batts, Rob Sanford, Sam Backfield, Jud Mcintosh, Rob Rhoden, Andy Beck, Jim Ashurst, Allen Hughes (Assistant 
Coach). Not pictured: Charles Peyser (Assistant Coach), Sally Brown (Manager). 



1994-1995 Season 



13 Wins 



5 Losses 



Ties 




198 /Athletics 




Athletics/ 199 



Women's Soccer 




Members: (L to R) (1) Traci Solomon (Captain), Grace Jones (Captain), Julia Frazier (Captain), Bond Dillard (2) Allison Calhoun, Anya 
Sammler, Erin Simpson, Kristin Wilson, Julia Lynn, Elizabeth Mayo (3) Sue Behme (Head Coach), Elizabeth Collier, Hope Atmore, Hayes 
Swinney. Anne Jones, Stacey Tompkins, P. J. Elder, Asha Kays. Not pictured: Charles Peyser (Assistant Coach), Gabby Lisella (Keeper 
Coach), Lisa Manley (Keeper Coach). 



1994-1995 Season 
7 Wins 
13 Losses 
OTies 



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Athletics/201 



Volleyball 




Members: (L to R) (1) Elizabeth Cunningham, Holly Richardson, Melissa Riley (SCAC All-Conference, Second Team), Carry Yadon, 
Rachel Carlson (2) Nancy Ladd (Head Coach), Amy Barbour, Celeste Unsworth (SCAC Honorable Mention), Kim Smith, Maria Marcum 
(SCAC Honorable Mention), Gretel Lesslie, Nathan Conover (Student Assistant Coach). 



1994-1995 Season 
17 Wins 
21 Losses 




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Men's Cross Country 



Members: Brett Alexander, Jamey 
Collins, Ian Cross, Hollis Duncan, Uzair 
Ismail, Bryan Joyner (Captain, All 
Conference), Andrew King, Rasheid 
Light, Andrew Moreman, Billy Ray, 
Jason Vinton, Bill Huyck (Coach). 




204 /Athletics 




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Field Hockey 




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Members: (L to R) (1) Maggie Giel, Danielle Lanca, Cameron Graham(Regional All- American), Melissa Kennedy (Captain), Anne 
McGinn (Captain), Erwin Byrd, Joanna Davis, Rachel Riemer (1994 KIT All Conference; Regional AU-American) (2) Chris Rainey, 
Anne Budros, Rebecca Jones, Megan Lomax, Maryetta Anschutz, Stephanie Wempe, Brooke Vaughan (1994 KIT All Conference, 
Regional AU-American), Kristen Morrissey, Berkeley Little, Chapman Kern (Coach). Not pictured: Pete Dillon (Manager). 



1994-1995 Season 

9 Wins, 7 Losses 

1994-1995 
Conference Record 

6 Wins, 3 Losses, 
Third Place 




206/Athletics 




Athletics/207 



Canoe Team 




Members: (L to R) ( 1) Anna Collins. Bessie Gantt, Abigail Mann, Clara Orner. Madeline Johnson, Katherine Christy (2) Margaret 
Buchanan, Cotton Bryan, Mallory Dimmit, Beau Bethea, Coleman Rose, Joel Welsh (Coach), Christopher Keefer. Not pictured: Charles 
Israel. Allyson Brownlee. 



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208/Athletics 




Athletics/209 



Men's Basketball 




Members: Hunter Connelly (Co-Captain), 
Pete Dillon, Turner Emery, Brian Field, 
Keith Hall, Ryan Harrigan, Keith 
Minnifield, Andy Nix, Eric Ochel (Co- 
Captain), Jason Porter, Lee Willis. Joe 
Thoni (Head Coach), Richard Barron 
(Coach). Chris Murray (Manager), Corey 
Estes (Manager). 



Hunter Connelly 



1994-1995 Season 

15 Wins, 10 Losses 

1994-1995 
SCAC Conference 

8 Wins, 6 Losses 




210/ Athletics 




Athletics/211 



Women's Basketball 





Members: Kim Fauls (All SCAC), 
Sheridan Gilkerson, Belle Little, Maria 
Marcum, Amey Maybank, Brandi Poole, 
Anne Spear, Janie Taylor, Brooke 
Vaughan, Carrie Yadon, Gabrielle Lisella 
(Head Coach), Sue Behme (Coach), Kiley 
Miller (Student Assistant), Kiki Reese 
(Manager). 



Brandi Poole 



1994-1995 Season 



6 Wins 



18 Losses 



Amey Maybank 




Janie Taylor 



212/Athletics 




Brooke Vaughan 



Athletics/213 



Baseball 



Members: Ben Klein, Pete 
Paulus, Ken Grimes, Scott 
Phillips, John Tugman, 
Drew Corbett, Robin Jones, 
Max Hart, Michael 
Sansbury, Steven Bruce, 
Glenn Harris, Matt Cooke, 
Bart Kempf, J. P. Culley, 
Richard Douglas, Bert 
Emerson, Andy Stack, 
Robert Black (Head Coach), 
Bill Mottola (Coach), Tim 
Bechtold (Coach). 



1995 Season 



7 Wins 
6 Losses 




214/Athletics 




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Men's Track and Field 




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Members: Campbell Bourland, Scott 
Branting, Jeb Bridges, Mike Cooke, Ian 
Cross, Hollis Duncan, Klifford Grimes, 
Uzair Ismail, Anthony Jones, Bryan 
Joyner, Andrew King, Rasheid Light, Brad 
Mall (Most Valuable Athlete), Keith 
Minnifield, Terry Readus, James Spriggs, 
David Tudor, Kent Underwood, Shann 
Williams, Al Logan (Head Coach), Tim 
McDaniel (Coach), Denny Kezar (Coach). 



1994-1995 Season 

On April 24 and 25, Sewanee 
placed 2nd at the SCAC Confer- 
ence meet, Conway, Arkansas 
(with 173 points), with James 
Spriggs as the high point scorer 
for the conference. 




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Women's Track and Field 




Members: Meredith Arthur, Polly Bass, 
Myranda Davis, Liz Ellington, LeAnn Foss, 
Natasha Johnson, Celia Holland, Valerie 
Kuthe, Cynthia Lyons, Katrina Nelson, Kim 
O'Neal, Michelle Parks, Nikki Robertson, Abi 
White, Quisha White, Artricia Woods, Cliff 
Afton (Coach). 



1994-1995 Season 

On April 24 and 25, Sewanee 
placed 5th at the SCAC Conference 
in Conway, Arkansas. 

Records this year were set by 
Katrina Nelson in the 10,000 
meters, and Michelle Parks, LeAnn 
Foss, Myranda Davis, Quisha 
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Swimming and Diving 




Members: (L to R) (1) Anja Sammler, Laura Jennings, Eliza Goodall, Nicole Noffsinger (School record holder), Clint Fisher, Sarah 
Musselman, Greg Shepherd (School record holder), Valerie Kuthe (2) Jeff Frazier, Thomas Hutto, Robbie Spruill (School record holder), 
Errett Neil (School record holder), Alana Williamson, Scott Evans, Margaret Buchanan, Serena Vann (Captain, School record holder), 
Jason Smith (School record holder), Brian Spurlock (School record holder), Drew Ellis, Elliott Leflar (3) Matt Lugar (Captain), Liz 
Greenfield (School record holder), John Cline(School record holder), David Burges, Bill Baker, Thomas Dykstra, Caroline Powell 
( School record holder), Larry Cook, Mallory Dimmit (School record holder), Paul Randall, Jason Vinton, Anja Seitz. Not pictured: 
Kimberly Fellman, Melissa Lykins, Leigh Anne Peace, Julie Rosdeutscher, Abi White, Max Obermiller (Head Coach). 



1994-1995 Season 

Women 

6 Wins, 4 Losses 

Men 

7 Wins, 3 Losses 







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Men's Tennis 




Members: Stephen Jackson (1 1W-3L), Brian Morrow (12W-3L), Tyler Vaughey, Lee Hamilton, Ryan Healon, K. C. Home (13W- 
2L), Tim Dargan, Wes Talman (12W-3L), Andy Ferguson (2W-3L), Stephen Fulton, Ben Jennings, Court Michau, Shepley Smith 
(2w-2L), John Shackelford (Coach). Doubles: Brian Morrow/ K. C. Home (12W-3L), Stephen Jackson/ Court Michau (2W-2L), 
Shepley Smith/ Andy Ferguson (13W-2L). 




220 /Athletics 



Women's Tennis 





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Members: Kristen Ialacci (8W-2L), Elizabeth Megorden (10W-2L), Helen Boehm (9W-2L), Lee Williams (10W-4L), Elizabeth 
Irwin (10W-2L), Katherine Toole (8W-2L), Sami Kell, Anna Brumby, Jessica Fletchall, Conchie Shackelford (Coach). Doubles: 
Kristen Ialacci/ Elizabeth Megorden (9W-1L), Lee Williams/ Helen Boehm (8W-3L), Katherine Toole/ Elizabeth Irwin (7W-3L). 
Team 10W-3L. 




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Equestrian Team 





Members: 




Sally McClatchy (Coach) 


Mimi McNamara 


Bridgette Plowman 


Jason Seward 


Jordana Tonn 


Boo Shepherd 


Holly Hadley 


Hadley Simmonds 


Riley Simms 


Elizabeth Blanton 


Lisa Akerman 


Julie- Ann Nydegger 


Camille Thompson 


James Acken 


Katherine Davis 


Frances Lumpkin 




222 /Athletics 



Cycling Team 




Athletics/223 



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Members: 

Chris Rainey (Captain, 1st 

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Thomas Daniel ( 1 st Team All 

SCAC) 

Andrew Israel ( 1 st Team All 

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Steve Schale 

Rhett Hey ward 

Roe Elam 

Rush Barrett 

Paul Van Wie (Coach) 





224/Athletics 



Women's Golf 



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Members: Kim Harvin, Mary Carol Harris, Mary Beth Donaldson, Abby Blackwell, Traci Solomon, Nancy Ladd (Coach). 




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Men's Intramurals 



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IM standings 


1. Kappa Alpha (100.5) 


5. Staff (30.0) 


2. Phi Delta Theta (71.0) 


6. BGRTD/Chooths (17.0; 


3. Alpha Tau Omega (43.0) 


7. Phi Gamma Delta (16.0 


4. Sigma Nu (35.0) 


8. The Express (10.0) 



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Women's Intramurals 




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Cheerleaders 




Basketball Squad Members: (L to R) (1) Jenny Johnson, Melanie Murray, Celia Holland (2) Amy Jo 
Perigo, Madeline Johnson, Clara Orner, Cynthia Norman, Carolina Lugo, Laura Ross, Gwen Weien. 



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Football Squad Members: (L to R) (1) Gwen Weien, Melanie Murray, Celia Holland, Jenny Johnson, 
Laura Ross (2) Carolina Lugo, Alice Gray Odom, Rachel Robinson, Nicole Glover. 



228 /Athletics 



sewanee songs and yells 



"SEWANEE TIGER" 

When those Sewanee Tigers fall in line, 
We're going to win this game another time! 

For SE-WA-NEE I yell, I yell! 

And for the University I yell like hell! 
We will FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! for every yard! 
We'll circle ends and hit that line right hard; 
We're gonna roll old Vandy on the sod! on the sod! 

SE-WA-NEE! 

-excerpted from the Cap and Gown 1937 



"Don't send my boy to Tennessee." 

The dying mother said. 
"Don't send my boy to Georgia Tech, 

I'd rather see him dead. 
But send him to Sewanee 

It's better than Cornell; 
And rather than to Vanderbilt 

I'd send my boy to hell." 

-excerpted from the Cap and Gown 1937 



"SEWANEE TIGERS" 

Sewanee Tigers! Sewanee Tigers! 

The pride of every student here! 

Come on you old grads, 

Let's join the young lads, 

Sewanee Tigers now we cheer-RAH! RAH! 

Now's the time boys to make a big noise 

No matter what the people say, 

For there is none to fear- 

The gang's all here. 

Hail to old Sewanee! Hail! 

-excerpted from the Cap and Gown 1937 



Tigers, Tigers - leave 'em in the lurch 

Down with the heathens 

Up with the Church 
YEA SEWANEE'S RIGHT! 




Athletics/229 

















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It is Spring 

On our Mountain 

All Winter the roads 
Have been clogged 
With mud and we have 
Had to stay in by the fire. 

Now I shall go out 
And look for the 
Thrush that last year 
Laid seven eggs in a nest. 
A thing unheard of before. 

And I shall go and see 

Doc Gudger over at Jump Off. 

He will try again to 

Convince me that the 

World is flat 

And I shall listen, 

For afterwards he will tell 

Me where to find the 

First arbutus. 

Old Lizzie Long, too. 

Will be out in front 

Of her cabin, occasionally 

Going to tend to 

The "corn" that 

She makes on the kitchen stove. 

She will know the greenest 

Places hereabouts and all 

The gossip of the hillside. 

All Winter I have had 
To sit by the fire. 
But it is Spring on 
Our Mountain now. 

-excerpted from the 
Cap & Gown 1925. 







232 /Closing 




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The chapel bell is ringing when you jump into your clothes 

And dash a little water on your face, 
And you're off across the campus in less time than you'd suppose, 

For you'd hate to have 'em miss you in your place. 

And it's not because your spirit craves communion divine 

That you chuck your nap and hurry off so fast. 
And it's not because your conscientious scruples are so fine, 

Or your mind's of any ultra-psychic cast. 

But the proctor's eyes are watchful and the proctor's eyes are keen, 

And a dozen chapel skips is mighty few; 
So if you wish to hold the gentle graces of the Dean, 

When you hear the bell you'd better take your cue. 

-excerpted from the Cap & Gown 1925 





234 /Closing 




St. Augustine's Avenue 



Closing/ 235 



A Tribute to Sewanee 

Midway between the hour which saw her birth 
And that completed circle of a hundred years 
Which hastening Time will add in future days, 
Sewanee stands. Her form, unshaken and unterrified. 
Strengthened by the enduring conflict with the years, 
Grounds Faith and Hope in that Eternal Name 
Which ageless as the ages, gave to men 
Whose hearts and hopes and lives were centered here 
The inspiration for their mighty deed. 

The hour of benediction. On revered saints, 

On hoary heads, on mankind's sweetest bloom, 

With this last time of looking back 

Upon the decades past, the blessing falls. 

Peace, from the ivied hall and heavenward pointing spue. 

Peace, from the crannied tower and cloistered cool retreat. 

Peace, from each memory laden scene of old. 

Peace, from thy mother to her worthy sons. 

The day is done. On campus, hall and tower 

The seal of night is set. Tomorrow's sun 

Brings in the dawn of that new day for which 

All those who are Sewanee's sons rejoice. 

A day of hopes new-born, of plans new-cast; 

A day of struggles new, of victories won; 

A day of salutations, aspirations, hopes, joys, fears; 

A day of seeking for the hand of fame 

Which, beckoning through the years shall spur us on 

Sewanee's mission truly to achieve. So when 

The circlet of a century shall crown her brow 

She may rest worthy of her need of praise. 

A towered city. On thy revered head, 

Made hoary by the trials of the years, 

Made holy by the faith of those who guided thee, 

Let rest that peace, which from Sewanee's sons, 

In one glad tumult of rejoicing praise 

Is given thee on this natal day. 

-excerpted from the Cap & Gown 1907 





3^1izabeth Arnett & Janie Taylor 



236 /Closing 




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An Ode to Sewanee 



Ring loud, ye chimes of Breslin Tower! 
Proclaim the day. proclaim the hour 

Of fair Sewanee's fame. 
Soon fifty years shall leave their trace 
On her enraptured, beaming face, 
And fifty more shall take their place 

To magnify her name. 



Thy Rose of Life shall always bloom, 
Thy Threads of Faith on life's great loom 

Be spun in warps of gold. 
Far be that final, dismal day, 
When thy bright clouds turn dark and gray 
And ends fore'er thy mighty sway 

O'er sons that love of old. 



Shine bright, oh sun. through Heaven's prism Thy sons are bold, thy sons are free- 



To banish heresy and schism, 

To bathe the world in light. 

Thy work has only half begun- 

Eternity awaits each one 

'Pon whom you place the name of son 
To battle for the right. 

Ah! soft lies night upon thy breast 
When thy sweet chimes sing birds to rest. 

Thy heart is peaceful then; 
White moonlight wraps her dreamy shroud 
Around thy form; the misty cloud 
Droops low to kiss the crowd 

Of roses soon to bloom. 



Their every thought is love for thee. 

For thee so soft, so great. 
Soon autumn's hand shall brush their cheek, 
Their well-taught lips shall cease to speak, 
Yet sons shall follow them to seek 

Bright Fame's eternal gate. 

Though youth soon lose beauty's charm. 
There ne'er shall fall a single harm 

Upon thy noble head, 
Our thoughts shall be for thy welfare, 
Our hearts shall shield thee from each care, 
Our love shall free from every snare 

That lie where thy feet tread. 



-excerpted from the Cap & Gown 1907 




238 /Closing 



Fortunate mortal! the tide of Time has turned for you! But remember 
that here all is enchantment, - that you have fallen under the spell of 
the dead,- that the lights and the colours and the voices must fade 
away at last into emptiness and silence. 



-Lafcadio Hearn 




Closing/ 239 





ewanee is usually spoken of as unique, but it is more than that- it is strange and mysterious. Its location, its birth, its death, its 
resurrection, its existence, its laws, its life, its methods, even its beasts and feathered fowls; its streets, and lots, and gate- 
latches, and fences are strange and mysterious. 

Twice planned and planted in faith and love, Sewanee has been strangely hampered, and mysteriously clogged, until one is 
almost tempted to believe that some malevolent creature, coming down from the remote past of the place, must have banned 
its birth and interdicted its resurrection. 

But in spite of all, the dear old place lives on. Through chances and changes; through good report and evil report; through 
abuse, and brag, and blame, and blunders; in spite of friends and foes, it lives. 



-Sarah Barnwell Elliott, found in the Cap& Gown 1915 




240 /Closing 




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242 /Closing 



COMMENCEMENT DAY 

14 May 1995 




Katherine Jane Cashman 

Valedictorian 



Gene Thomas Moss, Jr. 

Salutatorian 

Thomas Carlyle Knox 

The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Medallion 



Elizabeth Paullin Sherwood 

The Clarence Day Community Service Award 

Keith Delon Minnifield 

The Barron-Cravens Cup 

John Keith Coates, Jr. 

The Charles Hammond Memorial Cup 

Scott Durham Ellis 

The John Flynn Memorial Trophy 

Quisha Antoinette White 

The Outstanding Senior Female Athlete Award 

John Keith Coates, Jr. 

The Stephen Elliott Puckette III Memorial Award 

Asitha Priyanka Sandanayake 

The Phillip Evans Award 

Katherine Jane Cashman 
Kevin Ashley West 

The Guerry Award 

Melissa Anne Kennedy 

The Fine Arts Award for Distinction in Art History 

Branan Reece Edgens 

The John McCrady Memorial Award 

Christopher Matthew Elwell 

The Allen Farmer Award 

Robert Edward Lominack 

The Walter Guerry Green Medal 

Kevin Ashley West 

The A.T. Pickering Prize 

Christina Randall Vial 

The Judy Running Memorial Music Prize 

Uzair Ismail 

The William T. Allen Memorial Scholarship in Physics 

My-Khanh Thi Nguyen 

The E.G. Richmond Prize in Social Sciences 

Bradley Collins Mall 

The Michaux Nash Award 

Weina Jiang «y 

Quingshan Luo 

The Robert Hooke Prize for Achievement in Mathematics 

Eric John Marsland 

The Harry C. Yeatman Award 

Asitha Priyanka Sandanayake 

The Eugene Mark Kayden Scholarship 



Closing/ 243 




244 /Closing 




Chosen and now honored youths, see to it that you bear 
yourselves with uprightness and integrity to the glory of 
God, to the honor of the state, and to the good name of this 
University. Farewell and may God bless you. 



ton Graham & Anne McGinn 



Closing/ 245 




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This Volume Of The Cap And Gown 

Is Dedicated To The Memories Of Three Beloved Members Of The 

Sewanee Family 




Rev. Robert S. Creamer 
1938-1995 



Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honor- 
able, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is 
pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excel- 
lence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think 
about these things. Keep on doing the things that you 
have learned and received and heard and seen in me, 
and the God of peace will be with you. 

— The Letter of Paul to the Philippians 4:8-9 



Johanna S. Sudlow 
1918-1995 



"My eyes never forget the beauty of this place. The 
marvelous way that the light glitters through the trees to 
cast long bluish shadows, the clean air of the morning, 
the rose of the sunset. The buildings, made of hand- 
hewn stone that seems to push up through the ground, 
bring with them the very thing of which they are made 
stand surrounded by the magnificent, ever-embracing 
trees. When I paint the buildings, as huge as they seem, 
I see them as always, always dwarfed by the full, fat 
trees that embrace them in soft pastels in the Spring, 
rich greens in the Summer, brilliant orange in the Fall, 
and naked lavender in the Winter. What more could a 
person want?" — from Cap and Gown, 1993 




250/Dedication 




Dr. Edwin Murdoch Stirling 
1940-1994 




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TODAY 

With every rising of the sun 
Think of your life as just begun. 

The past has cancelled and buried deep 
All yesterdays. There let them sleep. 

Concern yourself with it Today. 
Grasp it, and teach it to obey. 
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Love, 

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Calendar 1994 - 1995 



August 



21 
25 
26 

27 



29 



31 



24 Freshman Orientation 
Classes begin 
Acoustic Junction band 
Fall fest- Uncle Mingo; Hypnotist 
James Mapes; Marlowe Room 1994 
Absolution Pool art exhibit by Leon 
Johnson (through 10/16/94) 
Opening Convocation of the 
University; Men's rush begins 
Kourosh Solaimari -Caricature Artist 



September 

1 Carlos Alazraqui-Comedian 

2 A & A Reggae Review band; 
Cavalier bust broken in Breslin 

3 Community Service Fair; The 
Rebirth Brass Band 

14 The Canadian Brass Group 

17 Men's Shakeday 

19-20 John Polkinghorne, Professor at 

Queen's College Cambridge-lecture 
30-Oct 2 Parent's Weekend 




October 


7-10 


Celebrating 25 years of Women at 




Sewanee 


10 


Founder's Day; Madeleine L'Engle- 




book signing and reading 


11 


Lack of Faculty diversity protest 


15-17 Homecomina; Sports Illustrated 




photographs Sewanee for a section 




about Southern schools 


19 


Daisy Zamora, Nicaraguan Poet and 




Feminist- reading 


19-21 DuBose Lectures 


20 


Awadagin Pratt -pianist 


21-25 Fall Break 


27 


John Steadman: lecture "Milton & 




Dante: A Reconsideration" 


30 


Robert Moore & Works by the 




Graphic Workshop art exhibit 




(through 12/1194) 


31 


Donald Ratajczak- Olin lecture: "The 




elusive sustainable expansion path" 




The state flags were removed from 




All Saints' Chapel 



"Happily this void has been filled 
with a bevy of courageous women, 
veritable magnolia buds with sepals 
of iron courage, to pulverize another 
metaphor. Gentle, feminine flutings 
charm the misty atmosphere. 
Benedict Hall with its artful grills and 
reassuring 'inner calm' system has 
been victimized by Destiny for 
housing purposes. Despite the sneers 
of chrome and tile lovers, quaint 
Hoffman Hall is generously filling the 
role of Sewanee's first co-ed dormi- 
tory. A beaverboard partition and 
cleverly foraged shower curtains have 
not discouraged amiable relations 
between genders in Hoffman. [These 
additions] may partially account for 
the rapid increase of nymphs in 
Manigault Park." 

(excerpted from the Sewanee Purple, Sept. 26, 1969) 



tin Women ol '»'' 




November 


1 


Elizabeth Dewberry Vaughan-reading; 




Choir concert 


3 


Jenny Wormald-Brown Foundation 




Fellow & visiting professor- lecture: 




"Tis true I am a cradle King" 


4 


Henry Cho- Comedian 


5 


Dr. Ruth, sex therapist- talk and Q&A 


9 


James Kilgo-author & essayist-reading 


10 


John Womack, Jr. lecture: "Revolution 




& Democracy in Modern Mexico" 


11 


African American Alliance step show 


12 


God Street Wine band; Jazz Coffee 




House- Kathleen Bertrand& quintet 


16 


Herbert Benario- lecture: "The fate of 




Tacitus"; Death of a Salesman-Theatre 




Sewanee production (through 1 1/19/94) 


19 


Football team plays in Bermuda, first 




bowl game since 1899 


23-27 Thanksgiving Holiday 


28 


Wendell Berry -Aiken Taylor Poetry 




reading 


30 


Dr. Ben Szapiro-Sigma Xi lecture: 




"Scanning Tunnelling Microscopes" 


30 


Kathy Scrantom-art exhibit (through 




12/16/94) 



December 



1 Daughters of Africa presentation; TN 
leash law in effect for Sewanee dogs 

3-4 Lessons and Carols program 

8-14 Final Exams 

15 Chamber Music Concert- first conceit 
in St. Luke's since the renovation 

17- January 17 

Dorms closed; Christmas Break 




270/Calendar 



January 


17 


Classes begin 


22 


Dr. E. J. Carlos Galaxy Aquarium art 




exhibit (through 3/5/95) 


23 


Opening Convocation of the University; 




Honorary Degree recipient George 




Garrett-reading 


24 


Joe Goode Performance Group 


25 


Andrew Hacker- lecture: "Ethnic 




Crossroads" 


26 


Renee Hicks- comedienne 


28 


Leftover Salmon band 


30 


Women's Rush begins 



February 

2-3 Thomas Boardman-lecture: "Quality 
Improvement and Appreciation for 
Variation" 

4 Women's Shakeday 

10 Jamaica Trip Chili Dinner 

1 1 SAMS-Jamaica trip Rock-a-Like 

13 duPont lecture series: Daniel R. Schwarz 
"Searching for Modernism's genetic 
code: Picasso, Joyce, and Stevens as a 
Cultural Configuration" 

15 Easter Term organ recital- Dr. Delcamp; 
OG stripe finally passed; OG attendance 
policy changed 

16 William Pritchard-University lectures 
committee: "Criticism in the Age of 
Theory" 

20-22 Sewanee Conference on Women; Helen 
Thomas, veteran White House 
correspondent- lecture 

22 Senior Eric Ochel scored 55 pts. in one 
Basketball game-breaking the individual 
point scoring record held since 1956-57 
by Larry Jackson; Top Girls-Theatre 
Sewanee production (through 2/25/95) 



March 



8-19 
21 

22 



23 



24 



Millard Fuller, Founder of Habitat for 
Humanity, presented a sermon and lecture 
Spring Break 

Andrew Reisinger-organ performance 
Campus wide discussion with the V.C.: 
"Sewanee's Christian Identity and Future as 
an Episcopal University" 
University Lectures committee- Carl B. 
Eastbrook- lecture: "Cathedral and Commu 
nity in 17th Century England"; James 
Morrow- lecture: "Painting and experience 
in the Low countries @ 1400: Transcendin| 
the boundaries" 

Dr. Cynthia Blanck Eldridge- H. Malcolm 
Owen lecture: "HLA-What is it? What does 
it mean to you? Who cares anyway? 




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March 

26 Dr. Barney Graham-lecture: "Develop 
ment of a preventive vaccine for AIDS" 

27 Dr. Carlos Rojas- slide lecture on 
Salvador Dali and Sigmund Freud 

28 Choir of York Minster, York, England- 
performance 

29 Pre Med club sponsored Blood Drive; 
Phillip Powell- lecture: "Environmental 
Management, Sustainable Development 
and Alternatives to private property in the 
islands on the South Pacific 

30 John L. Thomas- Michael Harrah Wood 
Annual Memorial Lecture: "Holding the 
middle ground: Clashing Regionalisms in 
20th Century America" 



April 

1 3rd Floor of Woods Lab renovated and 
dedicated in honor of Lulu Hampton Owen 
Equestrian Regionals held at Sewanee 

2 Cumberland Mountain BikeClassic race 
4 A. Manette Ansay-reading 

5-8 Israel Horovitz one acts-Theatre Sewanee 
6 Irsael Horovitz- reading 
7-8 Medieval Colloquium 
8 Bela Fleck & the Flecktones- band; 
Children's community service carnival 

1 1 Jesse Jackson, Jr. -lecture 

12 Robert Pack-poetry reading 
17-22 Earth Week 

21 Scientific Sewanee presentations 

22 Elvis Party; WUTS Fest 

24 Julie Ann Plax-lecture: "Elisabeth Ligie- 
Lebrunis Greek Dinner Party: Scandal, 
Sex, Sauces and the End of the Ancien 
Regime"; Mo Leverett-lecture: "Life and 
Ministry in Desire Housing project. New 
Orleans" 

25 University Choir spring Concert; Sarah 
Boykin-lecture: "A Woman's influence: the 
architecture of Lula Ross Wilburn" 

26-28 Shindig- dance production 

30 Senior Art Exhibit (through 5/13/95) 



k 



May 




3 


University Orchestra Opera Highlights 




performance 


5-10 


Final Exams 


13 


Baccalaureate 


14 


127th Commencement: 273 Under- 




graduates and 24 Seminarians 




received degrees. 


15 


Dorms closed; Summer Vacation ! 



Calendar/271 



"By the time it came to the edge of the 
Forest, the stream had grown up, so that it 
was almost a river, and, being grown-up, it 
did not run and jump and sparkle along as 
it used to do when it was younger, but 
moved more slowly. For it knew now 
where it was going, and it said to itself, 
"There is no hurry. We shall get there some 
day." But all the little streams higher up in 
the Forest went this way and that, quickly, 
eagerly, having so much to find out before 
it was too late." 



-A. A. Milne 
The House at Pooh Corner